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THE B-SIDE
BLAISE MOORE (21 Entertainment Group/Interscope)
3/14/17

WHAT IT IS: With tinges of trip-hop and R&B, the Toronto-based songwriter pens complex, poetic lyrics that are written with a maturity well ahead of her years. Her recently released Laurence EP was inspired by the deterioration of a relationship. As she puts it, “I fell in love with a man that was only thinking with his dick.”
ALBUM: Laurence EP
RELEASE DATE: 2/14
SINGLE: “FRIENDS”
LIVE: Currently on tour with The Japanese House
INTERNET: 2.3k+ Instagram followers, 3.8m Spotify streams (507k+ for the single), 379k+ monthly listeners, included on popular New Music Friday and Weekly Buzz playlists; 32k+ official video views; 17k+ SoundCloud plays
PRESS: BillboardNoisey
BOOKING: Marty Diamond/Paradigm
MANAGEMENT: Chris SmithGreg Morrison/21 Entertainment Group