Maggie Szabo and Oli Harper release their fresh and electrifying rendition of Cher’s “Believe”

Frequent collaborators Oli Harper and Maggie Szabo team up again to deliver a fresh and electrictrifying rendition of the iconic “Believe” by Cher. It takes a true vocalist to sing a diva’s anthem, and Maggie Szabo is the perfect contender. Szabo’s power-house vocals with Oli Harper’s creative and uplifting production come together to craft the perfect blend of nostalgia and futurism just in time for a late-90’s revival. 






In late 2021, Szabo’s 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 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. She is a co-writer of ‘SloMo’ performed by Chanel, which will be the song to represent Spain in the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. 


You can connect with Maggie Szabo via the following links: Website​ -​  Tik Tok -​ ​Instagram​ -​ ​Youtube​ -​ ​SpotifyFacebook​ ​-​ ​Twitter​ 


Oli Harper, Bristol, December 2021. Photo credit: Simon Holliday /


Harper has garnered support from BBC Radio, Tiesto, Hardwell, KSHMR Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sam Feldt, Fedde Le Grand, Nicky Romero, Oliver Heldens, MOTi, Tchami, Jay Hardway, Morgan Page and Tritonal amongst others. His single ‘Want Me Too’ went viral with over 165 million views on TikTok and his music has been featured by the official Formula 1 playlist and the official UK Premier League playlist.


You can connect with Oli Harper via the following links: Spotify | Instagram | SoundCloud | Facebook | Apple Music



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