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WHAT IT IS: Touted as the “Next Big Thing” by CBC Music, this pop songstress is by no means a rookie to the recording industry. In 2012, she won an East Coast Music award for her self-released debut Under Your Skin, and in 2013 she was nominated for another ECMA—Song of the Year—for her track “Leaving Today.” Her upcoming self-titled release was produced by Juno award-winning hip-hop artist Classified. “Clothes Off,” her breakout single, was nominated for the 2015 Song of Year Juno and has already been streamed more than 5m times globally.
ALBUM: Ria Mae
RELEASE DATE: 6/3 in Canada; TBD in U.S.
SINGLE: “Clothes Off”
LIVE: Previously toured with Lianne La Havas, Elle King and Family of the Year; March/April tour with Coleman Hell in the U.S.; various U.S. and Canadian summer festivals also on deck
RADIO: Reached #8 HAC, #14 CHR, #30 AC, #35 Alt in Canada
PRESS: CBC Music “Next Big Thing”; public praise from BBC Radio’s James Stirling; won Favorite New Artist at The Edge Toronto’s 2015 CASBY Awards
BOOKING:
Marty Diamond, Ira Goldenring/Paradigm
PUBLISHING: Nettwerk One Music
MANAGEMENT:
Terry McBride, Coleen Novak/Nettwerk Mgmt. (Vancouver/L.A.)