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For as much as he’s known for intriguing and inventive soundscapes, multi-Platinum chart-topping singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Lauv asserts himself as a storyteller, first and foremost. His stories continue to enchant audiences everywhere by converting the magic around him into generational anthems. After introducing himself with viral sensation “The Other,” he landed a global smash in the form of “I Like Me Better.” It tallied over 2 billion streams, reached the Top 10 on Top 40 and Top 5 on Hot AC radio, went sextuple-Platinum in the US and platinum in twelve other countries. He served up the Gold-selling 2018 playlist I Met You When I Was 18 and a procession of hits, including the Platinum “I’m So Tired” with Troye Sivan as well as Gold-certified singles “There’s No Way” [feat. Julia Michaels] and “Fuck, I’m Lonely” [feat. Anne-Marie]. In 2020, his Gold-certified full-length debut album, ~how i’m feeling~, bowed in the Top 20 of the Billboard Top 200 buoyed by “Who” [feat. BTS], “El Tejano” [feat. Sofia Reyes], “Canada” [feat. Alessia Cara], and “Mean It” with LANY. NME hailed it as “a powerful, beautiful debut,” while FADER coined it “replay-able pop.” Additionally, Teen Vogue called the record “21 tracks of emotionally-cathartic pop bangers that unpack everything from modern-day romance to love song fatigue.” In between selling out headline tours and supporting Ed Sheeran in stadiums, he performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and more. Lauv is kicking off 2022 with an entirely new chapter of music that celebrates the innocence of youth, untangles the complexities of adulthood and once again pushes the boundaries of pop. Now, he tells his most personal story yet on his second full-length album, All 4 Nothing.
Hayley Kiyoko has become one of the most celebrated pop artists since releasing 2018’s landmark debut album EXPECTATIONS, which — according to Rolling Stone — placed her “at the forefront of an unapologetically queer pop movement.” In #20GAYTEEN, Kiyoko was nominated for two VMAs, where she performed “Curious” and won Push Artist Of The Year. Since her 2015 debut, Hayley has amassed over 890 million global streams and over 2.2 million YouTube subscribers, accrued over 766 million lifetime YouTube views, and sold out numerous venues across the country and abroad on her previous headline tours. Lauded as one of “The 21st Century’s Most Influential Women Musicians” by NPR, among other milestones, Hayley continues to impact and inspire her community. Through her honest storytelling and lyricism, she encourages hope as her resounding message, as showcased on her collection of songs, I’M TOO SENSITIVE FOR THIS SHIT, which arrived in early 2020. Last year, Hayley launched her gender-inclusive fragrance HUE (available to order at huebyhayley.com) as well as ushered in a new era with her powerful anthem of self-reliance, “Found My Friends,” and the romantically hopeful single “Chance.” Both songs are available now alongside self-directed music videos shot on 16mm film.