Check out the debut EP referred to as “Crisis” from rising r&b singer/songwriter Phe. The venture is the results of this musical exploration and a primary look into Phé’s thoughts and world – as she particulars her first experiences with falling out and in of affection on this eight monitor EP.
Touching on themes of affection, heartbreak, feminine sexuality and sexual exploration, therapeutic, psychological well being and self-empowerment, the beautiful launch takes an in-depth have a look at how Phé dealt with every new house she entered as she tried to heal. She provides concerning the venture:
“CRISIS is an honest and open exploration of myself and sound at a time where I had to decide if I wanted to be a victim of heartbreak or use that discomfort as inspiration for growth”.
Born and raised in East Vancouver, Phé fell in love with the humanities at an early age, taking to the stage as a dancer, actress, and singer. Throughout highschool, she attended the Sarah McLachlan School of Music the place she took her first official voice classes — exploring her voice and honing in on her expertise as a performer. It wasn’t till Phé graduated from highschool that she made the choice to formally pursue her profession and post-secondary training in music. She attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, the place she studied vocal efficiency, music enterprise, and songwriting, growing her distinctive model and refining her songwriting expertise.
Throughout her time in faculty Phé sang as a background vocalist on initiatives together with the Marianas Trench music, ‘Shut Up and Kiss Me’, and Aloe Blacc’s hit single ‘The Man’, however earlier than lengthy she discovered herself craving to inform her personal tales. Inspired by the power of her childhood idols, and feminine powerhouses Erykah Badu, Sade, and Lauryn Hill, Phé started exploring her personal artistry.
Phé hopes that her music will enable others to really feel linked and provides them a mirror via which they will see and perceive themselves and their experiences. The singer declares, “It’s really important for young people to be able to see themselves reflected back in the media and popular culture. It makes them feel understood and shows them that they are part of something greater than themselves. I think everyone deserves to be seen and heard”.