At seventeen, Paige Blossom has shown time and time again she has what it takes to make a mark in the music industry. The contemporary-pop singer/songwriter from Toronto Canada has continued to build on her accomplishments, well on her way to creating a promising musical career.
Paige relished in the opportunity to be mentored by Canadian Idol winner Brian Melo and has also performed in front of a sold-out crowd at Halton Women’s Place 40th Anniversary Ruby Gala. Paige continues to reach higher heights as she eyes to release her debut EP, “Vincent” – appropriately titled after her debut single “Van Gogh.”
Weaved throughout her EP, you can hear her musical influences of Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Demi Lovato. From a young age, Blossom knew that music was her path. It began as a child when she played the piano and sang Taylor Swift songs during school talent shows.
Paige describes her music as personal and expressive of issues of significant importance to her, such as bullying and mental health. “My lyrics express my pain and darkness as well as my triumph through my life experiences,” explains Blossom. “When going through a rough patch, you just gotta let it out and keep the good times with you; to live in a positive, happy place in the present. “When writing Vincent, I wasn’t in the best place, admits Blossom. The EP is about seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
It is all coming up roses for the budding young artist full of determination and tenacity.
Take a listen to Paige’s most recently released track, apart of her upcoming EP “Vincent.”
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*This article will be updated with the tracks to follow upon release*