Phé doesn’t play the victim in her spiritual encounters—she changes her circumstances by capitalizing on her voice.
Contemporary R&B songstress, Phé, knows no bounds when it comes to expressing herself, as her advantageous vocals paired up with her emotive and vulnerable lyrics candidly express a rawness that makes her quite the extraordinary artist in her blossoming journey. She has continued her growth exponentially throughout her evolution, which makes her truly admirable. Attending Sarah McLachlan School of Music during high school, and thereafter continuing her post-secondary education in music, she enrolled in Berklee College of Music in Boston, studying vocal performance, music business, and songwriting. Sharpening her skills and pushing herself to go even further, Phé has set herself apart, progressing at an aggressive rate by exploring her musical side from various angles.
With the release of her debut EP, Crisis, Phé explores her musical styles by giving her listeners an inside look into her world and her experiences in themes of love, heartbreak, and its healing process, sexual exploration, and self-empowerment. Over the course of the album, Phé speaks of how she maneuvered through each space she evolved into and what lessons she learned in each chapter of her story. “Crisis is an honest and open exploration of myself and sound at a time where I had to decide if I wanted to be a victim of heartbreak or use that discomfort as inspiration for growth”, says Phé, herself.
Her ambient, neo-soul soundscape is arranged with a coolness that narrates a pivotal time of self-reflection. In her closing song, “About Us”, Phe reveals the following: “This song is my anthem of self-worth, realizations of giving myself what I truly deserved, which gave me a freedom to move on and own the power of loving myself”. This was the moment I fell in love with this album as many women & men can relate by mirroring their own lives through Phé’s experiences.
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