Reminiscent of powerhouse artists like Tori Kelly, Alessia Cara, & Lorde, Lexi Scatena is making a name for herself as a rising Independent Pop Artist. Whether it’s impressive features like releasing with BonFire records, or collectively gaining nearly 70K Spotify streams on her music, it’s clear she has no plans of slowing down.
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, the 22-year-old kicked off her career in Reno, Nevada before lockdown hit in early 2020. In late 2019, she moved to Europe, where she performed at a number of bars and met with the producer, Chris Durkin. Together, the two wrote and recorded Scatena's debut Pop/RnB single, "Just a Phase." The song was later released with BonFire records and reached audiences internationally on the streaming service Audiomack.
As a result of the pandemic, Lexi immediately pivoted and returned to her roots. When Scatena moved back to Nevada, she met artist Young Presley, with whom she collaborated on the song, "Trash 2020." The track became a hit across the Northern Nevada community, earning radio spins on Alice 96.5 Top 40 Radio, the X 1001. F.M., and being played over 50,000 times on Spotify.
With the return of live shows, Lexi has gone full throttle with playing over 40 shows in just the last year, including opening up for On-The-Rise Country Artist, Priscilla Block, and singing the National Anthem at the MiLB's Reno Ace's Game.
Through her soulful, alt-pop, unique sound, and honest songwriting, Scatena's authenticity has especially inspired and connected with girls as young as 12 to those in their early 20s that you can achieve anything you put your mind to. With a passionate drive, fearless sense of adventure, and unstoppable spirit, you can tell she’s nowhere near finished.