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You may not recognize her or her voice, but you know the work of Canadian singer/songwriter Anjulie. After growing up with a passion for music, Anjulie went on to record and release her debut self-titled album in 2009 before taking off on a full US tour with Jesse McCartney. Now she has released her new album entitled "Loveless Metropolis," about mental health, modern love, autonomy, addiction and independence. Sonically, the whole album has a vintage romance vibe, but the lyrics are playful, biting and tongue in cheek. The album was preceded by the single "FUYL," which tells a meaningful tale of meeting someone great after being in a string of horrible relationships. Shortly afterward, you realize that you’re no good for them and could seriously mess up their life. Furthermore, “FUYL” contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the nice tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavoured with neo-soul and urban pop elements. So far, Anjulie has penned songs for Kelly Clarkson and Nicki Minaj and collaborated with artists like KSHMR (“Alone“) and Natalia Lafourcade (“Holy Water”). She has written for VICE, the Canadian Women’s Foundation, and UN Women. Her cross-platform streams are in the hundreds of millions with collabs and the tens of millions for her independent singles. Furthermore, her music has been featured on HBO, ABC, NBC, and MTV. Also, she has received an MTV Video Music Award Nomination for “Best Breakout Video of the Year.”

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