Kirby Maurier
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Kirby Maurier

Miami, Florida, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | INDIE

Miami, Florida, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2010
Solo R&B Hip Hop




"The Red Light Special Podcast with MTV journalist Rob Markman"

Another week and the Red Light Special is still going strong. Continuing to do their due diligence by spotlighting and promoting the culture, this weeks episode features an independent R&B artist who has been on her grind for a while and steadily building a fan base, Miami’s own Kirby Maurier.

Although Kristin gets caught in traffic for the first portion of the show, Rob gets the conversation started with Kirby talking about her independent grind on Valholla Entertainment, how cheating on her college boyfriend influenced some of her music, and her new project Doing The Most. -

"Five Miami Hip Hop Artists You Should Know About"

Kirby Maurier has been quiet for a while, but that only means she has something big coming up. Her latest hit, "Iz U Wit It," quickly became the typical Miami girl’s turn-up anthem. With a mix of R&B and hip-hop, Kirby always gives us something to move to. Expect her newest album, Doing the Most, to drop this year. - Miami New Times

"Take 5 w/ Kirby Maurier"

Kirby Maurier is the R&B equivalent to trap music. The Miami songstress’ heavy baselines and harder concepts place her in the middle of both genres, gaining a wider fan base and lending way to her angelic vocal tone. Her “Class of 96” EP and her smash single “Iz U Wit It” take rap ideology and meld it with a sense of poetic innocence, making her the well rounded artist that she is. We caught up with her on Take 5 segment to talk “Doing The Most,” influences, and her style of R&B. Don’t let the pretty face fool you. - Jake Mayo for "A3C"

"Kirby Maurier on Your Favorite Stripper's Turn-Up Song, "Iz U Wit It""

What's your favorite turn-up song? Ours is still French Montana's "Don't Stop."

But somewhere in Miami, it's very possible that your favorite stripper is twerking to Kirby Maurier's "Iz U Wit It."

The provocative Bass Boys Intl. produced melody has distanced itself from Maurier's previous project, Class of 96, a seven-track mixtape featuring tales of relationships over 90s classics such as Biggie's "Sky Is The Limit" and Common's "I Used To Love H.E.R."

With her new EP, Doing The Most, on the verge of a release date, Crossfade hung out with Kirby to talk about the struggle of being an R&B artist in Miami, her album Class of 96, and hearing her music in our city's strip clubs. - The Miami New Times

"Valholla's Kirby Maurier Delivers the Goods with New Single, "Iz U Wit It""

Professionally prepped and ready for a mainstream debut is Valholla Entertainment's songstress Kirby Maurier's newest release, "Iz U Wit It." A lethal combination of style, talent, a head-bouncing worthy beat and a catchy hook, it's obvious that the track was well thought out and executed - attributes only to be expected from a brand that has already solidified itself as a front runner in South Florida's indie scene.
Co-written by Maurier and the tracks producers, Bass Boys Intl., "Iz U Wit It" was recorded at Bleu Odin Studios, a division of Valholla, mixed by Jackpot Music, and mastered by Mark Omann. 2013 continues to be a winner for this circle. - SRenee for: The Examiner

"Review: Kirby Maurier-Class of 96'"

Tired of the singing goats and dubstep sellouts? Well South Florida songstress, Kirby Maurier is finally preparing to drop her debut EP, Class of ’96 tomorrow. I’ve done a few posts on her before — and I absolutely love her and that voice.
Kirby’s new project is inspired by the sounds of the 1990s — the era of house parties, smooth grooves, and Martin episodes. The seven track EP has Ms. Maurier tackling 90s beats from artists like Common, Lil Kim and Nas.
It’s very simple, with a primary focus on vocals and the overall vibe of that decade’s music. It’s interesting to see how Kirby makes an R&B story out of these old hip-hop beats and I enjoyed it.
Check out my favorite cut, “Kool Out” below and look out for the full EP which drops tomorrow! - KID FURY

"Kirby Maurier, "You""

It's about time to start searching for that last-minute boo for fall, and Kirby Maurier makes a great point: if you're going to be running home to one person all winter, they better bring the heat. True to her point, this song screams summer club banger—nimble pop synths, humid hand claps—but then Maurier comes from Miami, so that might have something to do with it. Whatever, we're going to take this track (and all our white clothes) and stay shaking something into the next season. - The Fader


Doing the Most (Album) (2015)

Iz U Wit It (Single) (2014)

Im Jus Sayin' (Single) ( 2013)

Class of 96 (EP) (2012)

You (Single) (2010)



Hailing from Miami, Kirby Maurier’s undeniable voice and personality are only the beginning traits of an extraordinarily gifted songstress. More than just a pretty voice, Kirby conveys a sense of intensity seldom found in original talent. She has created the groundwork for the ultimate variety in the Hip Hop and R&B world. 

She released her first single titled "You" featuring rapper Ace Hood in 2010 which quickly gained public attention. Shortly thereafter she released the EP "Class of 96'" that grew her fanbase beyond the U.S., stretching as far as  France, South Africa, and The Netherlands. 

Kirby Maurier’s first album “Doing The Most” was released on July 31, 2015 featuring production from Miami-based producer Vegas Fontaine. The 9 track album was featured by iTunes and Apple Music during the first week of its release. “Doing The Most” debuted on Soundscan’s Current R&B charts and is one of the highest selling independent R&B albums in the South Atlantic Region in 2015.

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