Liza Jane Asks, Are You The ‘Man Or The Monster’ In New Pop Collaboration With Stonebridge

Liza Jane is a pop vocalist born and raised in Key West, Florida, and her story is pretty magical. At the age of two she declared to her parents that she “came here to sing”, and she’s been doing just that ever since.

She studied classical vocal training in opera at Nashville’s Belmont University, and from there she moved into the songwriting circles of the Music City. Her heart however was taken with pop and dance music, and so she headed to LA, where she found a team to help her develop her sound.

Los Angeles proved to be exactly the ticket for Liza Jane, and with the help of vocal coach Rosemary Butler, as well as other creatives such as photographer Pamela Springsteen, she’s well on her way to finding her place in the stars.

Liza Jane’s new single, ‘Man Or The Monster’ is an immediate hit, coming out of the gate like a bull charging. Produced by Shayon Daniels and remixed by the iconic Stonebridge, there’s a distinct Lady Gaga feel, and it’s a surefire club banger with driving beats, and immersive rhythms. Liza Jane’s vocals are ferocious and powerful, as she tells a tale of gaslighting and infidelity, and the path to reclamation. Captivating synths add the final piece, ensuring the entire track is spectacular from start to finish.

The music video for ‘Man Or The Monster’, directed by Joseph Spence, continues the theme of the song. Liza Jane learns of her partner’s infidelity, and witnesses him in action during her performance at a nightclub. With moody and macabre visuals the perfect complement to the song, with its dark and suspenseful undertones.

Bop out to the incredible music video for ‘Man Or The Monster’ below, and find out more about Liza Jane and her music online on her official website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter,, Instagram, and TikTok.

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