In The Spotlight

Mary Jeans – “Just A Phase”

Born and raised in Montreal, this rising Canadian singer and songwriter started performing at events aged 8. She entered a multitude of singing and dancing competitions such as Cégep en Spectacle and sang at the renowned Place Des Arts and Théâtre St-Denis. Influenced by The Beatles, Bruno Mars and Janelle Monae, she fused pop, R&B, funk and disco. She released her debut “Stumbled” in 2019.

Singing about the challenges a young adult faces when navigating major life decisions, her new single infuses the empowering lyrics with a dance floor-ready groove. First drawing you in with a hypnotic, ethereal guitar, then the tune comes alive with a lively rhythm, funky guitar plucks and shimmering keys. And with her velveteen vocals, she merges bits of R&B, funk and soul into a catchy earworm.

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Music History

The Babys – “Love Don’t Prove I’m Right”

From their album “Head First” (1978):

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New Music

Elyse Jones – “Robbie”

Bursting with neon, 80s-drenched pop vibes, this is the exuberant new single by singer/songwriter Elyse Jones:

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