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Charlotte Day Wilson

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Sleeper Badbadnotgood, Charlotte Day Wilson 04:04
Take Care of You (feat. King Princess, Amaarae & Meshell Ndegeocello) Charlotte Day Wilson, King Princess, Amaarae, Meshell Ndegeocello 03:34
Work Charlotte Day Wilson 03:44
Forever Charlotte Day Wilson, Snoh Aalegra 03:16
I Don't Love You Charlotte Day Wilson 04:11
Fever Dreamer SG Lewis, Charlotte Day Wilson, Channel Tres 05:10
Take Care of You (feat. Syd) Charlotte Day Wilson, Syd 03:34
Mountains Charlotte Day Wilson 04:09
Doubt Charlotte Day Wilson 04:19
Where Do You Go Charlotte Day Wilson 04:24

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Known for her silky-smooth, forward-thinking melange of R&B, electronica, and pop music, Canadian singer-songwriter and producer Charlotte Day Wilson jumped into the limelight with her 2016 debut single “Work.” Born in Toronto in 1993, she studied classical piano as a child and taught herself how to use music production software during her teenage years. Citing Motown and bluegrass as her early influences, Day Wilson went on to master the saxophone and guitar before joining the R&B group The Wayo while attending college in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She dropped her debut EP, Palimpsest, in 2012 and followed up with the standalone singles “Avondale” (2013), “Stephen” (2014), and “Montreal” (2014). Decided to focus on her songwriting, Day Wilson dropped out of college and spent six months in Montreal and then relocated to Toronto, where she got an intern position at the Arts & Crafts label. Her second EP, CDW, saw the light in 2016 and featured the single “Work,” which earned her a nomination for the SOCAN Songwriting Prize and was longlisted for the Polaris Music Prize in 2017. Following an appearance on Daniel Caesar’s “Transform” (2017), she issued a third EP titled Stone Woman (2018) and released the singles “Doubt” and “Nothing New.” Subsequently, Day Wilson returned with the singles “Mountain” (2019) and “Take Care of You” (2020), featuring The Internet’s Syd tha Kyd.