Jazz Morley is a British singer-songwriter making waves with her beautiful soul-influenced electronica, gaining reference to Jessie Ware and Sia.
Growing up in a musical family, it was no surprise Jazz began writing songs at the piano from a young age. Finding influence from Whitney Houston to Fleetwood Mac, the foundations for Jazz’s music had honest depth and showed an effortless ability for lyrics and melody that captivated the audiences of her early performances. In 2016, Jazz self released singles ‘Bad Love’ and ‘Take Me Down’, showcasing her newly found passion for electronic music. These gained immediate international praise from NYLON, Billboard, BBC Introducing and KCRW and were playlisted across Apple Music and Spotify, seeing them streamed nearly 4 million times in a year. Continuing to release music independently, 2017 proved her most successful year to date. Along with sell out shows in London and Bournemouth, Jazz’s summer single ‘Safe Place’ was supported by Jo Whiley at BBC Radio 2 as well as being playlisted at Radio 1 as their BBC Introducing ‘Track Of The Week’. 2018 has seen the release of single ‘Me And My Mind’, which gained further New Music Friday support at Spotify and multiple BBC Introducing plays. After her showcase at MusExpo in Hollywood, which was funded by the PRS Foundation, Jazz secured representation from music industry legend and UTA Head of Music, Neil Warnock. 2018 is already looking bright for this exciting British talent.