Miranda Glory has been writing songs of love from the time she managed to ape Rihanna's "Unfaithful" with an eerie precision at the tender age of 11. Born in Santa Barbara and raised in the Midwest and New York City, Miranda Glory's peripatetic musical journey actually began with piano lessons at age 5 and moving on to learning the guitar, drums and ukele on the fly from boyfriends and playing in sundry rock bands during her teen years. A graduate of the Professional Performing Arts School in NYC, whose halls have been graced by the likes Alicia Keys and Britney Spears, Miranda Glory headed to Boston after high school to the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where she earned her degree in early 2016. She scored her first major solo success when she was selected to record a vinyl LP in Valencia, Spain, under Berklee's label. Miranda continued to write and record, and began to release her music independently online. In late 2016, she was discovered and selected to the exclusive Neverland Songwriting Retreat in Costa Rica, which heralded her arrival as a songwriter. Since then, she's gone on to write with established songwriters and producers, including Autumn Rowe (Fifth Harmony, Cher Lloyd), Sheppard Solomon (Enrique Iglesias, Britney Spears), Zac Poor (Tori Kelly, MNEK), David Brook (Eminem, Charlie Puth), The Fliptones (Jason Derulo, Flo Rida), and others. Earlier this year, she signed to iconic NYC-based label Tommy Boy Entertainment and has released two singles, "Blue Eyes feat. Matty Owens" and, most recently, "Take." Of the vibey Alt/R&B-tinged "Take," the music blog Gems & Secrets wrote that its "a slow jam that's perfect for getting yourself in the mood." Her next single, "Instant Gratification," is set for release December 15th on Selected/Sony Music. Meanwhile, she's fast at work on an album, and she's headed back in the studio in the months ahead. Miranda has places to go and emotions to explore—and goals to achieve—as she makes abundantly clear in her SoundCloud description: "lowkey, tryna be the female Drake."