Phé Premieres Debut EP “CRISIS”: Stream
- Los Angeles-based Canadian contemporary R&B singer-songwriter Phé released her debut EP “CRISIS” on December 14th.
The EP comprises of 8-track with sleek features '90 R&B sound. Her music is inspired by Erykah Badu, Sade, and Lauryn Hill.
Before the debut, she attended the Sarah McLachlan School of Music and the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Also, she performed background vocals for projects including Marianas Trench, and Aloe Blacc’s hit single “The Man”.
Phé said of the EP:
“The creation and release of this project has been a hugely cathartic process for me. At the time when I was writing it, I was in a really self-destructive mindset, which was manifesting itself in my behavior and the way I was treating my relationships. I got to a point where I either needed to make a change and choose to do better for myself or ignore my problems and continue traveling down a dark and painful path that would ultimately lead to my isolation and total loss of self. And while it was easy for me to keep getting that temporary fix, or finding ways to numb or avoid the pain I was feeling, I chose to change. I decided I was worth more than how I was treating myself. And from that ‘Crisis’ was born. While it tells a story of love and heartbreak, for me, it represents the moment I chose to take responsibility, fight for myself, and own my power rather than dwell in this space of fear and pain. I was blaming someone else for my pain and my problems, and ‘Crisis’ helped me to take back that power and truly start to heal.”
- source : Ones To Watch