D.C.-based pop artist and fashion influencer Marilyn Hucek is the epitome of style, effortless chic, and impressive talent. The American-Chilean rising star continues to amass a loyal following, with more than 1 million Spotify streams to her credit. Hucek’s anthems move individuals to never settle for less than what they deserve. Join contributing writer Cynthia Gross as she connects with Marilyn Hucek in recognition of Women’s History Month. Learn why Hucek is “not afraid to fail,” how her multicultural background influences her art, her favorite clothing item in her collection, and her advice for emerging artists.
More to Watch First of all, I wanted to share a major congratulations to ethereal producer and artist, Kate Brunotts for catching the attention of Grimes, who is a major influence on Kate’s work. It is so cool to see a DMV friend (now New York resident) grow as an artist, especially one you have […]
Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross On May 27, American-Chilean singer-songwriter Marilyn Hucek released her new single, “Boy Drama,” a dreamy, post-breakup track that empowers women to never loose sight of their self-worth in the aftermath of a failed relationship. “Boy Drama” was inspired by one of Hucek’s long-time friends who was going through an abortion. […]
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Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross Ladies, listen up. This one is for you. On February 25, Washington, D.C.-born American-Chilean artist Marilyn Hucek released her latest single, “Girls Girl,” just in time to kick off Women’s History Month. The song is 100% written, produced, and performed by women, including supporting creative elements like photography and graphic […]