Meet Samantha 

16 year-old Pop artist Samantha LaPorta has been hard at work on her new music.

Originally from Boca Raton, FL, Samantha has been captivating local audiences with her unique vocal talents and her soulfully skilled guitar playing in local seaside venues around town. Catching the eyes and ears of local tv stations and news channels, Samantha has been doing interviews on local tv and shows around Florida.

Fans describe Samantha LaPorta as a "mix of Ariana Grande and Tori Kelly". This young artist cut her baby teeth on the legendary stages of Nashville, where she was introduced to songwriting and performing. Winning numerous awards "Best Teen Artist",  " Artist to Watch" and more.

Samantha later joined forced with multi-platinum producer/songwriter Jason Nevins and hit selling singer/songwriter Lucas Prata In the summer of 2016 Samantha's debut single "Summertime Hold On Me " was picked up by a national coffee franchise, playing coast to coast.

Samantha finished the year with her hit holiday single "Santa's Back In Business" on RADIO DISNEY and made the grade on top social site SWEETY HIGH "The Best Holiday Songs of 2016". Samantha's latest release "I Know U Know" with TwoDB can be heard on Radio Disney and SPOTIFY's Artist's Pick. Check it out today and follow for more new music and live performances from this rising star.

“At 16 years old, Samantha has the vocal chops of a seasoned singer... not someone just getting started. That made me believe she has what it takes.”
-Lucas Prata

Giving Back

A true passion of Samantha's is giving back to local communities.
It gives her a time to entertain, gain fans as well as help charities for great causes.


Paul Mitchell & Vinyl

Samantha performed to a full house at Vinyl Music Hall, the location of Anti-Bullying Event Hosted by Vinyl and Paul Mitchell. Vibe Salon owner Amber Ellis said, "We heard Samantha’s new song “It’s a Girl Thing”, a positive message about empowerment and knew we had to have her at our event."

Samantha was thrilled to debuted her soon to be released single. "It was a huge honor to be asked to perform at this wonderful fundraising and awareness event", she said. "It was truly an amazing night with a great message and bully-free fun for everyone."


Ronald McDonald House

Samantha is no stranger to charity work. At the age of 10 she started bringing her guitar to perform for local children’s hospitals and families at The Ronald McDonald House.

"The best part is seeing the children and their families smile", said Samantha. This year Samantha added a few more charity events to her schedule. As a performer, Samantha loves reaching out to people that can use an extra bit of happiness, or as Samantha calls "singing for a cure".