Charlotte Day Wilson is a one woman wonder. Her voice is sultry and striking. Her production skills are incredible. And her stage presence is intoxicating. Pitchfork called her sound a "quiet storm R&B and dark pop for doomed lovers," and it's hard to imagine creating that alone. But then, maybe that's the only way.
Today Wilson is searching for a partner in her music, and it must be a woman. As she recently explained: “We hear and feel vibrations in different ways. “We’ve lived completely different experiences so we empathize with different sounds, soundscapes and emotions,” she continues. “If all the music that we consumed as listeners only passed through the hands of male producers, engineers, mixers and masterers, then we haven’t heard the female perspective on recorded music.”
"Find You" is a snapshot of Wilson's quest to find a partner, a lover and collaborator. The track has a slow build, with minimal production, allowing the listener to focus almost solely on her incredible voice, alone in her search. Then, all of a sudden, we're hit with a release, as she can see, now she can find the one.
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About the curator - Cormac McGee
Cormac McGee is a DJ, artist manager and concert promoter based in Toronto, Canada. He’s played in front of crowds from 10 – 1,000 people and has run concerts with some of today’s top hip hop artists, including Drake, Future, Mac Miller, 6lack, Ab-Soul and more. He also runs the Music Den at Ryerson University, a business incubator for entrepreneurs in the music industry.