“Charlotte Day Wilson is a one-person powerhouse” The FADER
“Sparse, moody R&B is Charlotte Day Wilson’s signature” ELLE
“Charlotte expertly pulls inspirations from jazz, R&B and soul
and what results is an atmosphere that is solely her own” Hypebeast
“Wilson’s voice is warm, like a slow soothing hum with a touch of soul” Harper’s Bazaar
“Blending elements of jazz, soul, folk and R&B, Wilson writes deeply personal lyrics
and delivers them with the expertise of a seasoned vocalist” Complex
“Wilson’s songs are plaintive and open, carried by the tenor of her voice
– rich, smokey and smooth, textured like the depths of the ocean –
and the wisdom they project” Document Journal
Tkaronto / Toronto artist and producer Charlotte Day Wilson today drops new single and video ‘Keep Moving‘, the next installment from her highly-anticipated debut album, Alpha, set for release on July 9th via Stone Woman Music. Listen to ‘Keep Moving’ HERE.
Charlotte recently shared the first single from her new LP, ‘If I Could‘, which features a verse from poet, musician and fellow Canadian artist Mustafa, and premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. The track was launched with a clip co-directed by Charlotte and award-winning director Kevan Funk, showcasing the changing faces and identities of Texan bull riders.
‘Keep Moving‘ is a continuation of the ‘If I Could‘ video and the queer cinematic series for this album, a compelling exploration of self discovery and earnest declarations, recollecting Charlotte’s inner struggles of love, growing, and breaking that she’s finally speaking to in a greater way. Another immensely moving and deeply personal clip, the visual further tells the story of Alpha and boldly commences Charlotte’s new era. Alpha also features the widely praised single ‘Take Care of You‘ ft. Syd and the recently-released track ‘If I Could‘ was featured as the face of Spotify‘s inaugural EQUAL campaign playlist and appeared on an impressive billboard in downtown Tkaronto / Toronto.
Charlotte has made waves in the industry from her 2016 release of her debut EP CDW (which has garnered more than 92+ million streams in total on Spotify), and through her work with friends and collaborators BADBADNOTGOOD, Daniel Caesar and Kaytranada. Charlotte returned in 2018 with the poignant EP Stone Woman. She has garnered 1.6+ million Monthly Spotify Listeners and over 100+ million streams on Spotify, truly making a name for herself.
Charlotte’s contemporary take on R&B and soul showcases her sublime vocals and her ingenuity as she fuses vintage basslines, gospel assonance, and contemporary minimalist production to create a strikingly beautiful sonic aura. Stay tuned for the authentic Alpha era.