© Bree Laryea


Music / Pop, Singer-Songwriter / Canada

Presented by: Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA), gigmit

The colour purple holds a special meaning for Mauvey. The singer and songwriter knows how to integrate any shade of violet, lilac or mauve into his art – as part of his cover artworks, songs and fashion. Maybe because its often associated with love, emotions and even the exalted. Mauvey himself likes to leave this question open and offers coded answers at best in songs like "The King" or "Curfew" which fall somewhere between R’n’B, art pop and powerful beats and not seldomly draw inspiration from British trap but also from West African rhythms or legends like Kanye West and Childish Gambino. He’s quite aware of the fact that he belongs to a new generation of artists co-responsible for giving the African diaspora a new lease on life. And he knows how to live up to this responsibility accordingly: "To feel and trigger love, both on and off stage – that’s my goal. My message will always be love". Well, fine by us – after all, who could get enough of it these days?

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Currently the band is looking for the following representation:

  • Booking: UK/Europe

  • Publishing: UK/Europe


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