SEPT 28 – OCT 1   |   Produced by Small World Music


Wild Black is a multi-hyphenate creative making waves and receiving acclaim from major outlets like AFROPUNK, The Fader, Indie88, Yohomo, Earmilk, The Toronto Star, and Analogue Trash, who dubbed her latest single ‘I Miss The High’ “Madonna and Blood Orange collaborating on a glittering pop bop”. CBC has featured Wild Black on radio shows “Q” and “The Block”, and featured her on CBC Music’s esteemed lists “Songs You Need To Hear” and “28 Canadian albums we can’t wait to hear in 2024”. Wild Black’s music is synced to TV shows such as “Strays” on CBC Gem, “Querencia” on APTN’s Lumi, and “The D Cut” on Crave Canada, and she’s a two-time recipient of the MVP project by RBCxMusic and Prism Prize, supporting the visuals for her singles “Moon Star Lover” and “Stay Dreamin’”.

Playing with moods and blending genres, Wild Black combines influences of disco, 80s/90s dance, pop, and rock into her genre-fluid alternative dream pop sound peppered with hints of Beach House, Twin Shadow, Solange, and Santigold throughout. Her dynamic presence and captivating stage show incorporates live instrumentation with electronic elements to create an upbeat and infectious soundscape, luring your body straight to the dance floor. Now signed to Toronto indie label Next Door Records, Wild Black is gearing up for the release of her debut album and will be announcing more festival and tour dates soon. Stay Close!

“Wild Black hits the sweet spot between dreamy melancholy and forward-looking desire on her dancey new single “Stay Dreamin” which channels the 80s-inflected spirit of Blood Orange and Carly Rae Jepsen” – TORONTO STAR

“Stay Dreamin’ tells a story of optimism, self-love and authenticity, and her smooth, self-assured vocals are set to a dance mix that you’ll be humming for days. – CBC MUSIC

“Now based in Toronto, it’s been super exciting to see her blossoming as Wild Black, bringing an emotionally poignant songwriting perspective to progressive, new-wave dance beats.” – AFROPUNK