MAUVE’S DEBUT ALBUM “DREAM STATE” OUT NOW
Life happens. Changes can break you.
But music gives you the chance to create a new story.
If you ask singer-songwriter Mauve what she feels about creating music, she says it has the ability to take you to an altered reality. Mauve is Mississauga’s pop songstress who has an eclectic and playful sound that comes straight from her soul. Mauve transcends genres to bring you moving Electro-Pop tracks through soulful and acoustic production. Her songs have gained over 1.9 million streams on Spotify and 2.3 million plays on Youtube. She was thrilled to be selected to perform at the 2022 Canadian Music Week Festival.
Mauve was nominated for Best New Solo Artist and Fan Choice at the 2021 Mississauga Music Awards. She was also nominated for a 2021 MARTY Award in the Emerging Solo Vocalist category. Mauve won the InterContinental Music Award for Best of North America-Pop for her song, Come Around. In addition, Mauve was nominated for Best New Artist at the Niagara Music Awards. Some of her live appearances include a performance at YOUTH DAY Global at Yonge-Dundas Square, the MOD Club, Sneaky Dee’s, a headlined performance at the Toronto Music Expo and many festivals across southern Ontario.
Mauve recently released her single “weary” which produced her 100,000 monthly listeners on Spotify in one month. Her music has landed on official Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music playlists.
“With American female production duo LYRE (Fall Out Boy, ITZY) at the helm, “Shining Gold” is a bouncy, bonafide pop anthem steeped in positive dancehall and R&B vibes. The song is intentionally upbeat and is meant to serve as a celebration of what makes each of us unique.”
“The disco- influenced retro-pop revival complements Mauve’s growing body of work — all brimming with the singer, songwriter and producer’s signature smooth vocals and uplifting, melodic tunes.”
In a world of Ariana Grande’s, Selena Gomez’s and other popular female artists, Mauve is an artist who stands on her own and has chosen a different route than the norm — while continuing to stay in creative control of all her own projects.”