Julia Carin Cavazos known as Julia Michael is a singer and songwriter who was born on November 13, 1993, in Devenport, Iowa and who has a net worth of $ 4 million. Julia has Mexican descent since her father was born in that country. His mother Julie Doreen is from Iowa. His grandparents Rolando Alejandro Cavazos Carmona and Ofelia García are Mexican immigrants.
Julia grew up in Santa Clarita, California where at the age of 12 she developed her singing skills, as well as playing instruments such as guitar and piano. Then during her teen years, she adopted her stage name “Julia Michaels” and had the opportunity to collaborate writing music with composers such as Joleen Belle and Lindy Robbins. All three formed a great team and wrote songs for artists like Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Fifth Harmony and much more.
She also had the opportunity to write solo songs; Julia wrote the song “Trade Hearts” for Jason Derulo’s who had very positive reviews. He also wrote songs like “Straight into the Fire” by Zedd’s and “Carry Me” by Kygo’s who could perform at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro Brazil.
Julia made her debut as a singer with the song “Issues” from her debut EP Julia Michaels which was released in 2010. This single was number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. In Australia, it also ranked in the Top 10. In 2012 she released the EP Futuristic and in 2017 she also launched “Nervous System”