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    Give Me a Minute
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    Perfect Strangers
Toronto alternative-pop artist Jayde has been attracting industry attention from key players since she just entered her teens.
She even caught the attention of Jessie Reyez and Bishop Briggs when she covered their songs on her weekly New Music Friday cover series. Now finished high school, she is preparing to release her new EP this fall, featuring sultry original offerings “Give Me A Minute,” “Lines” and “Perfect Strangers.” Think Lorde meets LIGHTS and Dua Lipa.
Born in Cobourg, Ontario, Jayde was strongly influenced by Canadian artist LIGHTS and started teaching herself to play piano and guitar around the age of nine solely to play LIGHTS’ songs. “I was just creeping through YouTube like every 8-year-old kid does and I stumbled upon one of her music videos, for ‘Saviour,” and then found out she had a whole album out.”
She was a great virtual role model. For two or three years, Jayde immersed herself in music, learning songs, and then, at age 12, one of her supposed friends had crossed her out of a photo for National Best Friend’s Day (yes, there is such a thing). “I was really offended, but I didn’t want to confront them about it, so I wrote a song and I posted it on the internet. It was nice to be able to tell them how I was feeling without actually saying it.”
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