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ON YOUR KNEES

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Vicki Lovelee is a Chinese Canadian alt-pop singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Toronto. She uses orchestral instrumentation and fuses them with dramatic, pop elements; ultimately creating a dark and theatrical sound. Her music embodies a combination of edgy yet vulnerable; having eccentric elements like Lady Gaga and lush instrumentations like Lana Del Rey. As well as drawing influences from pop artists like Halsey, Lorde and MARINA.

 

Lyrically, Lovelee is unafraid to dive deep into topics like religion, death and struggle with anxiety. “I’m a huge advocate for mental health awareness and believe in the acceptance of all cultures and identities” says Lovelee. “I take painful experiences and turn them into music and empowerment.” Lovelee frequently uses skulls, pink paint and eccentric black clothing to help tell her story. “I’m ultimately a storyteller — through music, art and fashion” says Lovelee.

 

Lovelee’s most recent single “On Your Knees” is about the back and forth battle we have when faced with a tough decision. “This year, I’m embracing a new phase of emotions. I’m ready to start a new phase — one that’s more confident, angry, and part of the healing process” says Lovelee.

 

Lovelee has accumulated 35+K streams on music platforms. Her music has been featured by online publications like Toronto Guardian (2021), WISH USA 107.5 (2021), and Lefuturewave (Netherlands, 2020). As well as playlists features by Eagles Nest Radio (2022) and Exclaim! (2022). She has also received notable grants from FACTOR and Ontario Arts Council.

 

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FRIDAY AUGUST 5, 2022

EVENT: Night It Up!

WHERE: 179 Enterprise Blvd (Markham, Ontario)

TIME: 8:55pm

(Free entry & open to all ages)

SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 2022

EVENT: Chinatown Festival Toronto

WHERE: Spadina and Sullivan Street (in front of Chinatown Centre)

TIME: 6:15pm

(Free entry & open to all ages)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 2022

EVENT: Dragon Festival Toronto

WHERE: Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen St W)

TIME: 3:30pm

(Free entry & open to all ages)

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