Following the motto "If you can dream it, you can do it" by Walt Disney Maibritt had no other career aspiration at the age of four than to become a singer.
She put this into action early on: in 2018, the young singer won the "Best Performance Award" at the Austrian talent competition "Helden von heute - Falco goes School" organized by the Falco Foundation. Shortly after, at the age of just 15, she made it into the Top 40 of the casting show DSDS – Deutschland sucht den Superstar and has since been regarded as the youngest and most successful Austrian candidate on the show.
In 2020, she released four singles in the pop-schlager genre, "Unsere Flügel fangen Feuer," "Barfuß durch den Sand," "Höhenrausch," and "In der Weihnachtszeit," earning her the moniker "Die Stimme aus dem Marchfeld" (The Voice from the Marchfeld).
In the spring of 2021, she secured the female part in the Euro-Latin-Pop duo "Pachanta" at the big RTL casting event held at the Hamburger Volksparkstadion, beating over 600 other female singers. Together with the German singer Cristóbal, Maibritt released two of the greatest hits from the 80s in a new musical style as part of the duo project. In 2022, she returned to the pop-schlager genre and therefore to her solo carreer.
Alongside her milestones as a singer, Maibritt discovered her talent for songwriting and has since established herself as a successful songwriter beyond national borders. Artists such as Francine Jordi, Ross Antony, Silvio Samoni, Adriana, Arina, Miri Leonardo, and others have interpreted songs penned by the then-20-year-old artist.
With her debut as a host in September 2022, Maibritt put her entertainer skills to the test and delivered a remarkable performance.
Just a year later, Maibritt took the stage with her own band for the first time. Together with her four musicians and two professional dancers, she made her debut in the evening program of the legendary Open Air Spargelfest in Lower Austria.
Another significant milestone in that year was her performance in front of around 6,000 attendees at the "Wenn die Musi spielt" warm-up event in Bad Kleinkirchheim.
On September 16th, 2023, the audience in Gerasdorf near Vienna experienced an unforgettable concert. Her show premiere marked another outstanding turning point in the already impressive career of the young singer. At just 20 years old, she demonstrated not only her talent as a showmaster and entertainer but also her remarkable stamina, presenting a two-and-a-half-hour concert, including encores, with dancing and, most importantly, in top vocal form.
Maibritt possesses the complete package and is socially engaged as well. At the age of 17, she founded the charitable organization "2WeltenKinder," through which she provides financial and service support to children and teenagers in single-parent households.