Fresh off of her joint album release with Smltwn EP, Soleil returns with a new single and music video, “Infatuated.” “Infatuated” is the perfect love song to get listeners ready for cuffing season.
“Infatuated” dives into the deep yearning people feel towards another. “‘Infatuated’ is about meeting someone and falling for them, either in lust or love.” Soleil continues, “An unexpected meeting that turns into thinking and dreaming about the person constantly, using your imagination to create experiences with them.” The song gives fans that classic, R&B slow jam sound blended with a neo-soul flair. The music video compounds on the sensual tone by providing serene and intimate visuals.
Soleil once again linked up with director Samantha Pertusiello for the “Infatuated” music video. Soleil also served as co-creative director for the visual. The infectious jam was written by the dynamic trio of Soleil, James Murphy, and Mitch Cantor. Samson Rawls assisted in the vocal production. Soleil yet again demonstrates that her powerful, sublime vocals over a soulful, WMG Boowie produced beat is the perfect recipe for a hit. It is impossible to listen to the track and not be “Infatuated.”
Soleil is a singer-songwriter that is originally from New York, but resides in Miami. She has performed on countless stages throughout the country. Soleil has been interviewed by and featured on various radio stations and media outlets such as Rolling Stone IN, EARMILK, ELEVATOR, and The Hype Magazine. She won contests for and gained recognition from Sony, Music.com, SoundCloud, and ReverbNation. Soleil uses her powerful, polished vocals to tell tales of all aspects of love. Her versatility can clearly be heard: Blues, EDM, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Pop, R&B, and Soul. Her music has a little bit of something for everyone. Soleil will soon prove why she’s a superstar in the making.
R3HAB, Jonas Blue, Ava Max, and Kylie Cantrall‘s recent release receives two dancefloor-friendly mixes from R3HAB and Jonas Blue themselves. The original version of “Sad Boy,” shortly after its release last month, entered Billboard‘s Hot Dance/Electronic Chart and clocked up 10M streams across all platforms. The new package of club-oriented interpretations of the dance-pop smash comes from the Dutch and British producers in the form of Club Remix and VIP Remix. First up is the Club Remix, which rides on a bouncy and energetic bassline that serves as an upbeat rendition of the original. The VIP Remix takes it one step further with an underground driving beat and funky synths for a club-friendly, late-night vibe. Like the original, these remixes showcase both R3HAB‘s and Jonas Blue‘s exceptional production skills. Stay tuned for the next cutting-edge releases from R3HAB, Jonas Blue, Ava Max, and Kylie Cantrall coming soon, and be on the lookout for R3HAB’s 3rd studio album dropping soon.
Dutch-MoroccanMulti-Platinum DJ and producer Fadil El Ghoul, better known as R3HAB, has been trailblazing his way through dance music for the better part of the last decade. From his breakthrough remixes for Rihanna, Drake, Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, Lady Gaga, to anthems such as Gold– and Platinum-certified “All Around The World (La La La)” and “Lullaby,” to his collaborations with the likes of Luis Fonsi, Sean Paul, ZAYN, Andy Grammer, Sofia Carson, Smokepurpp, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Astrid S, Olivia Holt and more, R3HAB has proven to be one of the most talented and forward-thinking artists in the game, whose work collected over 5B streams to date. In 2016 R3HAB founded his label CYB3RPVNK, which has passed 2B streams across all platforms since its inception. R3HAB himself continues to evolve and diversify his sound by working with a variety of artists around the globe, pushing the boundaries of dance music as he collaborates across genres and languages. In 2020 alone R3HAB celebrated over 900M Spotify streams. He is currently the most discovered artist on Spotify, one of Spotify’s top 150 most streamed artists across all genres worldwide, and ranked #13 on prestigious DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs chart. With his combination of innate artistry and innovative attitude, in 2021 R3HAB is continuing his journey among electronic music’s elite.
Jonas Blue‘s career has been felt the world over with singles like “Fast Car,” “Perfect Strangers,” “Rise,” “Mama,” and “Polaroid” collectively amassing almost 3,5B streams on Spotify alone and having been certified Platinum over 120 times around the globe. With over 13B global streams, Jonas has cemented his name as the main stage DJ and pop powerhouse. 2018 was a landmark year. He released “Rise” featuring Jack & Jack, which was one of the summer’s biggest global hits, and owned the autumn with “Polaroid” – his highly-anticipated collab with Liam Payne and Lennon Stella. The success of both hits was sandwiched between “Back & Forth” with Becky Hill and Detroit house legend MK. Debut album “Blue” soon followed, the recipient of the Brit Certified Breakthrough Award and later gold status. Jonas has made his mark on Ibiza, having performed at hotspots Ushuaïa, Cafe Mambo, and has successfully hosted his Electronic Nature residency at superclub Hï Ibiza. Following on from hits “Mistakes” and “Naked” in 2020, “Something Stupid” featuring AWA and “Hear Me Say” featuring LEON kicked off his 2021 in style, smashing their way into homes worldwide as Jonas continues to inspire, uplift and spread his message of global positivity. As we see a return to live performances in 2021, Jonas joins the likes of Tiësto and Zedd as a resident DJ at Zouk in Las Vegas.
Ava Max is nothing short of a global sensation with massive hits such as “Sweet But Psycho,” “Kings & Queens,” “Salt,” “So Am I,” and “My Head & My Heart” contributing to over 100Diamond, Platinum and Gold certifications globally! The pop star’s debut album “Heaven & Hell” achieved its RIAA Gold Certification upon release as well as numerous other certifications around the world. Crafting pop anthems with a much-needed dose of fiery female empowerment, the singer has amassed over 9,5B streams and 4B video views to date. The daughter of Albanian immigrants channels the imaginations and aesthetics of forebears like Mariah Carey and Gwen Stefani. Ava Max is a unique talent, blessed with a seismic voice, an individualistic high fashion mindset, and an undeniable knack for cinematic, theatrical popcraft.
Kylie Cantrall is a 16-year-old American singer, dancer, and actress. She is currently most known for playing Gabby Duran in the Disney Channel television series “Gabby Duran & The Unsittables.” Thanks to her collaboration with stars like Zendaya and releasing music videos through Disney Channel Voices, including “Feeling Some Kinda Way,” which amassed over 15M views, Cantrall went on to become one of the youngest artists to achieve fame across the United States. With nearly 5M TikTok followers and over 500K Instagram followers, Kylie is poised to make her post-Disney artist debut with the single “Sad Boy.”
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In a preview of what’s to come for Buffalo-based group Humble Braggers, the band has released their newest feel-good single, “So Alive” on all streaming platforms. With an infusion of retro synth-pop and brash guitar-work, the track is a testament to the feeling of pride and joy that comes across when you’re able to overcome your fears. For lead member Tom Burtless, the surge of serotonin is what encompasses the spirit of “So Alive”:
“So I hate flying. I absolutely hate it. Like, ‘I wonder if there’s a way I can fake being sick and not have to get on this plane’ level of hating it. But once the plane is in the air, those feelings tend to subside a bit. I can start to breathe a bit more normally, I can calm down and I can maybe―maybe―even enjoy it a little bit. It can be applied to a litany of things but the gist is the song is about the confidence and pride you take in facing the things you fear.” – Tom Burtless of Humble Braggers
Buffalo, New York-bred Humble Braggers is a quickly rising four-piece band that is poised to take the scene by storm. With an electrifying and euphoric sound, Humble Braggers will guide you through any emotion. With greater-than-life arrangements and infectious energy, the talented band will take any listener on an eclectic sonic journey. Humble Braggers paint a blank canvas with their music that encapsulates each member’s musical influences, usually ranging from electronic to pop to indie. Having shared the stage with Metric, Naked and Famous, and Joywave, the band is creating an unparalleled artistic lane of their own that will reach global audiences. Dancing through the sadness, Humble Braggers delivers lyrical messages that are rooted in experiences that many will be able to relate to and find comfort in. Undoubtedly, the talented band is set to leave its footprint in the music industry and in people’s hearts. The upcoming LP from Humble Braggers, Love & Fear, releases November 11th, and is available to pre-save here.Stream the newest track, “So Alive” on all DSPs today.
Denim Blù, the Toronto-based pop artist with Chinese roots, released his new single, “I’ll Die (Ft. Lizzy Clarke)” an emotional song that explores the depths of rock bottom. This track will be his second of 2021, following his recent single “Extraordinary Feel (Ft. Lizzy Clarke)” and adjoining remixes.
“I’ll Die” is inspired by the fallout after heartbreak and the emotions of needing to fall before you rise. The song begins with “I’m drowning in thick liquid without a desire to resist” – a sentiment of falling so deep into a state of despair that death seems closer than life, that death seems more tolerable than life, that life and death are indistinguishable. The theme repeats throughout the song – the harrowing feeling portrays the real emotion experienced after gut-wrenching heartbreak:
“The song is heavy and dark, but these are real emotions.” – Denim Blù on his new single “I’ll Die (with Lizzy Clarke)”
Although suffering is usually an emotion you experience in solitude; this duet between Denim and Lizzy expresses the universality of the message – it shows that even at your lowest point, you are not alone. Denim croons in his smooth tone and Lizzy dazzles with her agile vocals. Together, they deliver different but complementary vocals over this power ballad.
Denim Blù is an emerging Toronto-based singer-songwriter whose identity and music reflect the cultural mosaic that makes Toronto’s music so universally appealing. He’s a Chinese-born queer artist whose inspiration is born out of rebellion. Denim Blù is not supposed to be Chinese and making pop music; he is not supposed to be gay; he is not supposed to emote sex. Well, he does. His music training and influence spans three continents having studied and composed in China, the UK, and Toronto. The product of his music is pure pop fantasy with emotional intrigue, drawing from blues, dance, electronica, and R&B elements, all while being unapologetically queer. His music delivers new-age pop with a story to tell.
Today, GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter evrYwhr returns with his new video for his single “Tie Dye” released last month. Since its release, the soulful, self-love-inspired track has already found its way onto a plethora of tastemaker playlists including Apple’s New in R&B, NPR’s “New Music Friday”, Tidal’s “Rhythm and Groove”, and “Chill Pop. Watch the video for “Tie Dye” on YouTube HERE.
The Blair Taylor (2 Chainz, G-Eazy) produced track brings evrYwhr’s eclectic blend of neo-soul, R&B, and pop to the forefront with richly textured melodies and airy flute accents that weaves colorful sounds – free-flowing, like the colors of a “Tie Dye” pattern. The song invites listeners on a journey of self-love, acceptance, and positivity – an especially timely sentiment after a period of unrest globally.
Filmed against the stunning backdrop of Los Angeles, the video for “Tie Dye ” video serves as a love letter to the city and community that welcomed him with open arms as a transplant. We watch as evYwhr ventures through a warm and inviting LA streetscape, enjoying good times with friends and family – from backyard BBQs to picturesque scenes on the beach. Of the video, evrYwhr shares: “Though I’m originally from Michigan, the community I uncovered on the West coast has been a garden bed for my growth over the last 10-years. I’ve discovered deeper layers of my truth on the coastline where the ocean waves molded my being like the shore”.
With community, connection, and family a priority for evrYwhr, the making of the “Tie Dye” video was an especially significant experience. “One of the most beautiful things about this shoot were the moments captured with my family and friends. For the majority of us, it was the first time we connected face to face since the pandemic hit. ‘Tie Dye’ was our homecoming”. Fittingly, sunflowers feature throughout the video to represent a period of blossoming.
2021 has marked an exciting creative period for evrYwhr. Beginning with the release of single “Positive Vibes”, evrYwhr has returned with a string of new releases imbued with his trademark buoyant lyricism and eloquent vocal delivery. evYwhr also recently premiered the first episode of his Transit Pictures produced show “Destination evrYwhr”. Showcasing his passion for global culture, “Destination evrYwhr” follows his travels to Cambodia where evrYwhr connects with people through the medium of music.
Look for ‘Tie Dye’ as part of evrYwhr’s awaited debut album set to be released in the summer of 2022 under label Saint & Citizen music.
Grammy award-winning songwriter, singer, spoken wordsmith, and producer are accurate nouns when touting the artist known as evrYwhr (pronounced Everywhere), but ‘music visionary’ may be a more complete and veracious term. His music is an eclectic mix of positive, uplifting R&B/Pop with a cinematic-orchestral feel.
evrYwhr (birth name Michael Jefferson) was born and raised in Port Huron, Michigan to a loving working-class family helmed by parents bonded by a 40+ year marriage. evrYwhr’s love and obsession for all things music began at the age of 5 while sitting next to his dad on the family sofa listening to old Stax and Motown records. In addition, he would engulf himself in the sounds of artists like Curtis Mayfield, Michael Jackson, and New Edition. By age 9, evrYwhr began singing, and at 14 scribed his first song.
He earned a degree in Sales & Business Marketing while attending Western Michigan University, but his true desire was to become a successful songwriter and recording artist. In 2010, he made a bold move to Los Angeles. “If you’re gonna work, you have to be at the office,” he says. “The move was the biggest decision I ever made because I knew no one in Los Angeles, and I would truly be on my own.”
evrYwhr wasted no time getting acclimated in the “City of Angels” and networking his way into collaborating with emerging pop artists like Leona Lewis, Mila J, and Aaron Carter. It wasn’t long before he co-wrote two songs entitled “Confessions” and “Violence” for Gospel rapper Lecrae’s 2013 Grammy-winning album Gravity.
LA not only brought success to his craft but the birth of his son, Zion, and Freedom Love Tribe Gang. FLTG is a posse of open-minded, high vibrating souls manifesting love and peace.
evrYwhr released his empowering single “Letter to the White House” on October 16, 2020, which received critical acclaim and support from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harvard University, iHeartRadio. The song went on to serve as an anthem for numerous voting campaigns surrounding the 2020 US Presidential Election. Additionally, in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, he has partnered with the Recording Academy to donate a percentage of the song’s royalty proceeds to Music Cares’ initiative to support struggling artists affected by the pandemic.
2021 kicked off with an international bang when KPOP artists, MCND released their tune, “CRUSH” which evryWhr co-wrote.
On February 12, 2021, evrYwhr put out his follow-up single ‘Positive Vibes’ perching itself on several revered playlists: Apple (New in R&B), Shazam (The Best New Music), Deezer (X_pop), and Tunecore (New Music Friday + Sunday Soundtrack). Both singles scored support from Viacom’s BET and MTV.
Further showcasing his passion for world cultures, evrYwhr also released the first episode of his new Transit Pictures produced show, ‘Destination evrYwhr,’ which premieres exclusively on KevOnStage Studios. The show showcases his travels to Cambodia where he connects with people and their experiences through the medium of music.
evrYwhr is set to release his newest single ‘Tie Dye’ on August 27, 2021. ‘Tie Dye’ is a part of evrYwhr’s awaited debut album set to be released in the summer of 2022 under label Saint & Citizen music.
Josh Lumsden’s new music video, “Love Me Back” premieres on Friday, October 1st, 2021. The vibrant, futuristic, and sci-fi inspired video was filmed on location in New York City. It was directed by Mikey Harmon, watch it now.
Josh Lumsden’s new music video, “Love Me Back” premieres on Friday, October 1st, 2021. The vibrant, futuristic, and sci-fi inspired video was filmed on location in New York City. It was directed by Mikey Harmon, watch it now at
“Love Me Back” is the newest single from Josh Lumsden, self-produced musician born & raised in Austin, Texas, now based in New York City. The music video was directed by Mikey Harmon, with entire video staff being under the LGBTQIA umbrella. Josh Lumsden and Mikey Harmon met in underground NYC nightlife and had planned to collaborate for many months but had been delayed due to the pandemic. The music video showcases Lumsden in a futuristic, sci-fi performance & visual style video with embedded narratives of love and loneliness that tie directly into the song’s lyrics.
Josh Lumsden is currently working on new music, including an EP, with much more visual media.
In a time of uncertainty for musicians everywhere, pop artist Viana chose to dive straight into her work in the midst of the pandemic. Her latest single, “About the Money,” is available to stream across DSPs today, with a celebratory music video available to watch on Viana’s official YouTube channel.
Despite being recorded and written in the dead and isolating New England winter, “About the Money,” sonically, is a vacation getaway, with an underlayer of rich retro soul production. The music video, directed by Chris Cole, perfectly encapsulates the aura of “About the Money,” and the desire to stay afloat in a money-hungry world.
Viana centered the track around what it felt like to be a working musician during a time where there seemed to be no hope for live music.
“I wrote this during the pandemic when it seemed like there was really no hope in sight for working musicians. I was living with my producer at the time and was just worrying about being able to survive financially. I don’t even care about money or material things, I just wanted to not have to worry and to be able to do what I love. But as the song says, someone has to get paid. I wanted the song to feel like I was driving down the Southern Cali coast line in a classic car, even though I’m singing about being broke and how messy things were feeling. We wrote and recorded ‘About the Money’ at my house in the woods during the Winter and it turned into a total listen to it when it’s sunny out type of song. I wouldn’t have it any other way.” – Viana
Viana represents what it means to be 100% yourself, embracing both your strengths and flaws. She pushes her listeners to quit trying to fit into a certain mold and to create what feels right. After years of fronting rock bands, Viana decided to venture off and start writing her own music about whatever she personally needs to digest. With a style influenced by a combination of being a sucker for a catchy melody, yet still bringing a natural edge brought on by years of being a front woman of her band, this Gemini’s sound has a few different sides. Viana’s mission through music is to connect with people and remember that self expression should be about going with your gut and listening to your own instincts. Viana’s fierce independence has led to the shedding of her past and the incubation of this unapologetically Viana project: new, honest, and always true to who she is.
Viana’s newest single “About The Money” is available to stream on all DSPs today.
LA-based dreamy, alt rock act, Fox Violet , blends ambient ethereal vibes with dark pop rock hooks and soulful vocals on her new single/vídeo “Torn” (Out 9/24/21) from the forthcoming album Prisms, due out this Fall.
Central songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist, Thea Stevenson, tells LA Weekly, “Fox Violet exists because we were all looking for a new way to create music without any kind of boundaries, one that incorporated a vision of no-holds-back music where we could be instrumentally wild and lyrically as questioning and unapologetic as we wanted. We live in a dark time, and we live in a weird city, we don’t want to shy away from that. FV is as much about dissonance as it is resonance. We exist for opposites.”
“The soundscape leaves the listener in constant anticipation while honing in on Fox Violet’s ethereal vocals and mesmerizing tones.” –Buzz-Music
Landing high praise from LA Weekly, Buzz Music, Blurred Culture, Yorking Calling, and more, she has also received radio play in the USA, UK and Australia as a buzz band to watch. Heavily influenced by Radiohead, Nirvana, Lana Del Rey, Leonard Cohen, and Pink Floyd, Fox Violet’s lyrics examine the gradual loss of relationships intermixed with apathy, heart break, longing, and the cultural obsession with fairy tales. With soaring layered psychedelic guitars and crunchy synths Fox Violet crafts bold stories that are other-worldy,, relatable and raw.
Fox Violet has played extensively around SoCal and With new music on the horizon, FV plans to tour in 2022. Stay tuned for new material and announcements throughout the remainder of 2021.
Los Angeles, CA [September 21, 2021] Maisyn’s six-track debut EP tells the story of a girl through her own eyes full of trauma, triumph, complexity, and downright coolness. Cool Grl is out now!
“I think Cool Grl is a coming-of-age story in the truest sense – it’s pieces of my childhood, my tumult, my trauma, and my heartbreak that outline a story I’m really proud to share.”
Maisyn on “Cool Grl”
Like a beautiful coming-of-age film, Maisyn’s music is relatable to many while remaining uniquely her own. Listeners of her previous singles sing Maisyn’s praises for the ways in which they so deeply connect to the themes and messages on a personal level. As a whole, the Cool Grl reflects the singer/songwriter’s connections to herself through music: walking through the blurry journey toward finding comfort in your own skin all while writing songs about it. The result is a body of work that details adolescence into adulthood with pure pop piano melodies and a vocal style that is both vulnerable and mature.
Maisyn’s previous singles “Pool Party” and “8.20” showed the world what a real cool girl is: one that opens up about the workings of her innermost identity to make everyone around her feel free to do the same. “Pool Party” instantly became a cathartic offering evocative of the desire to find summer days joyous and celebratory rather than a reflection of one’s disordered tendencies and deeply rooted fears. “8.20” further speaks Maisyn’s goal of peaking into different insecurities that one person can feel, inviting listeners to share in the space that she crafted with comfort and a sense of self-love. Each song on the EP explores aspects of these themes from childhood to the present, fashioned with choruses that are sure to run through your head nonstop.
Working with Grammy-nominated engineer/producer Joey Messina-Doerning (HAIM, Women in Music Pt. III), Maisyn is finally at a place of deep pride as an artist. The singer/songwriter previously DIY toured across the East Coast and played venues that her idols had prior. She gained praise from Flaunt Magazine and Bust and was featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds and Fresh Finds: Pop playlists. The EP as a whole speaks to the gravity of her relationship with herself, using music as a medium to implore everyone to put a mirror to their face and give themselves a serenade.
Stream Cool Grl and stay up to date with all things Maisyn from the links below. Thanks for your time in checking this out!
Out on now via Humming Records and Warner Music Baltics, ‘No Man Is An Island’ is the next instalment from singer-songwriter and producer NOËP’s forthcoming debut album, which will be released in November.
The track showcases NOËP’s production from a new angle, being the most upbeat song he’s released to date. “A lot of the percussive sounds on the track have been recorded on piano, which gives an organic touch to the sonical atmosphere. As with the album, the single’s meaning can be interpreted on a multi-dimensional level’’. NOËP explains: “The opening line of ‘No Man Is An Island’ paints a picture of an extremist-environmentalist and how he perceives our current situation with climate change and other environmental/social challenges. It sounds cliché, but the success of any meaningful change depends on our ability to face ‘the giant’ not alone, but together.”
Hailing from Tallinn and inspired by artists such as Alt-J, Mura Masa and James Hersey, NOËP’s unique blend of alternative pop with electronic undertones, has captured the attention of music lovers and industry all over the world, amassing over 40 million streams and counting. In addition to his global reach and appeal, NOËP is something of a musical icon in his homeland, having been awarded ‘Pop Album of the Year’ at the Estonian Music Awards in 2019, for his debut EP ‘Heads In The Clouds’. Further afield, he has had airplay on BBC Radio 1, along with DSP editorial support from major markets such as UK and Germany.
Earlier this summer, Donnie Visa was interviewed by DJ Wonder on Shade 45, and subsequently released a hard-hitting song and music video with DJ Wonder titled, “Not One of Them.” Following the release of the record, Donnie Visa garnered attention from DJ Suss One, leading to an interview with the renowned DJ. Donnie Visa makes his return to fans’ speakers with, “Legendary.” “Legendary,” produced by prodbyLow, showcases Donnie Visa’s lyrical prowess and impeccable flow.
The track takes listeners to a place of manifestation. “Legendary” allows listeners to envision the successful life that they can speak into existence, and provides motivation and encourages listeners to claim their legacy. The music video, directed by 3PV Productions, serves to further push that positive, inspiring message by highlighting the Carolina-product’s successes within the Big Apple.
From the verses to the hook to the bridge, Donnie Visa delivers a riveting, hype bop to close out the summer. The rapper, singer-songwriter has so much more in store for 2021 and beyond. Donnie Visa is well on his way to living up to the title, “Legendary.”
Artist’s Bio: Donnie Visa is a rapper, singer, and songwriter. Raised in the Carolinas, he is well known for his eccentric vocal style and laid back vibe. With three mixtapes released, he’s demonstrated his versatility and unmatched talent. Donnie Visa has been featured in various media outlets and was included in DJ K.i.D’s “Quarantine Mixtape” in 2020. The Carolina native, known for his catchphrase, “Approved!” is proving why he is set to become the next global phenom.
Today, Los Angeles-based vocalist, producer and multi-instrumentalist Cassie Marin is sharing the official music video for her new single, “Busy Body.”
A sharp-witted commentary on the binary of being both the watcher and the watched in the digital world, “Busy Body” is an addictive listen, both thematically and musically. Drawing inspiration from the 1996 film The Cable Guy, the video reveals a playful yet poignant message about society’s obsession with social surveillance. “For the ‘Busy Body’ video, the idea was to take the song’s main theme surrounding compulsive surveillance to a literal and clear cut place while still keeping it fun and lighthearted through the story and style,” Cassie says.
Growing up in Miami, Cassie spent much of her childhood training as a gymnast with dreams of going to the Olympics. After her gymnastics career ended abruptly when she suffered a serious injury at the age of 13, she found solace in her love for music. Teaching herself how to produce and write songs, Cassie has carried the same grit and self-discipline that inspired her Olympic dreams into the art she makes today.
Slightly secretive and delicately feminine, every song she releases is a single intricate flower plucked from her consciousness and added to her verdurous display. Constantly exploring new musical and visual dimensions, Cassie has emerged as an avant-garde luminary in the left-of-center pop space.