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Guam native Pia Mia signs record deal with Interscope

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Originally from Guam, 17-year-old Pia Mia Perez has signed a major record deal with Interscope Records.  If you're not familiar with the label. How about Lady Gaga, Eminem or the Black Eyed Peas? They have contracts with this company.

Pia Mia is described a viral sensation and was anointed by Billboard as one of the eight "acts who will help define 2014." Her record, The Gift, will be available for digital download beginning tomorrow Guam time.

If that's not exciting enough, one of her song's will be featured in the movie soundtrack for Divergent. The movie "Fight For You" features Chance the Rapper. The movie soundtrack will be available starting March 11th.

Pia Mia moved to Los Angeles with her mother in 2010 to pursue her dreams of being a professional singer. In a press release she was quoted as stating "I want to show everyone that people from small places can achieve their dreams no matter how big they are."

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