Hailing from Canada but currently based in Los Angeles, Maggie Szabo is a #1 Billboard songwriter and artist in her own right, releasing a series of high-profile singles, remixes and EPs that have put her on the map as a pop artist and changemaker. In late 2021, her hit single ‘My Oh My’ was named Stingray Radio’s “Trending Track” and hit the Canada Hot AC Chart at #27 (alongside Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran and Adele), taking over radio throughout Canada. Szabo has over 27 million streams on Spotify, four million views on YouTube and more than 30 notable placements in film and television (E!, Disney, ABC, NBC, Netflix).

In addition to releasing her own music, Szabo is a choice songwriter in the industry, writing with and for the best. Her latest hit, “SloMo”, written by Szabo, Leroy Sanchez, Keith Harris, Ibere Fortes, and Arjen Thonen, was chosen to represent Spain in the internationally known Eurovision Song Contest, proceeding to win third place. The song is currently sitting #1 on the Billboard Charts in Spain.

By working with organizations such as the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, Maggie uses her music and online presence to conquer social injustice. Her power ballad, ‘Don’t Give Up’, is a beautifully authentic and heartfelt song dedicated to transgender youth around the world who live in fear and suffer from rejection and exclusion. It was premiered by Billboard and praised by media outlets such as PopDust and Huffington Post. Proceeds from the song are donated to empowering homeless LGBTQIA+ youth. Her single "Rebuild," released during Pride Month 2021, was featured by Yahoo! And named a 2021 Pride Jam by Queerty.

In October 2021, she released “Sweet Illusion” with GRAMMY-nominated DJ and producer Morgan Page (Armada Music) which was featured by Rave Jungle, Rolling Stone India, EDM Sauce, The Nocturnal Times, T.H.E. - Music Essentials and many more. Szabo’s recent EP ‘Rebuild’ and preceding singles were premiered by Celeb Secrets, Rolling Stone, Flaunt Magazine, EDM Maniac and American Songwriter, to name a few. Other notable media include Parade, Atwood Magazine, CelebMix, The Advocate, Billboard, Popdust, Huffington Post, EARMILK and many more.

Szabo’s hit ‘I Don’t Need You’ was praised by Perez Hilton as the “sonic sister” of Taylor Swift’s ‘You Need to Calm Down’ and Celeb Secrets calls her a “trailblazer within the industry who uses her voice to demand change and fight for what’s right.”

Szabo has also been making waves on prominent Spotify playlists including New Music Friday Canada, Cardio, Fresh Dance Pop, Gym Workout Motivation, New Music Friday Switzerland, New Music Friday Deutschland and more.