Hillsborough-raised pop artist releases EP during Pride Month


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Written by Maya Wagner and co-produced by Wagner and Australian producer HILLOC, “Closeted” contains four tracks which tell the story of Wagner’s romantic experiences as a queer young adult.


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The EP will be available on all streaming platforms on June 25 and has already been played on college radio stations across the United States in anticipation of its release.

Wagner was born and raised in Hillsborough and attended Hillsborough High School as a member of the 2019 graduating class.

Wagner was deeply involved in the Hillsborough High School Choir and Musical Theatre programs as a student and was part of Rider University’s Gifted and Talented High School Program, taking college courses during her senior year, according to a prepared statement.


Wagner was accepted into Berklee College of Music and is currently living in Boston, attending the school as an Electronic Production and Design major with minors in Creative Coding and Electronic Performance, according to the statement. She is anticipating graduating a year early as part of Berklee’s Class of 2022.

During her time at Berkee, she has released five singles and has worked as a peer trainer at Berklee’s Creative Technology Center, where she tutors her peers on topics related to music production and technology.

For more information, visit www.mayawagnermusic.com/


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