Posts Tagged Blaise Moore
Back in February, we brought you “Hands”, a poetic slow jam by rising Toronto songstress Blaise Moore. Today, Blaise releases her long-awaited debut EP, London, and it’s everything that I was hoping it would be. In a time where many R&B projects are poorly-written and over-produced, London stands out with five superb tracks that are sure to impress with their complex simplicity. Blaise has an interesting vocal style – she keeps a smooth vibe throughout each song, but it’s the moments where she’s intentionally off-key that truly compliment the dark soundscapes of the entire project (pay close attention to “He Don’t” to understand what I mean). Add to that her ability to write songs with a maturity that is well beyond her years, and you have an EP that will stay in heavy rotation for quite some time. Congratulations on the release Blaise – we are definitely looking forward to major moves from you in the future.
Last summer, I had the pleasure of meeting Blaise Moore at the Soho House in Toronto and have been waiting patiently for her to drop some new music since that night. The young songstress finally delivers, and her new single “Hands” is a beautifully constructed slow jam that will be featured on her forthcoming EP, London (look for it in March). Production duties on the track were shared by Toronto’s own Krupa and Gray Hawken. Stream “Hands” below and follow Blaise on Facebook and SoundCloud to stay updated.
Blaise Moore – Hands