At just nineteen, pop singer and songwriter Rayne is gaining attention from fans and the music industry alike. The Vancouver based artists heavy hitting pop choruses, witty, relatable lyrics, and soaring vocals have also caught the ears of Canadian Top 40 radio programmers with early support coming for her singles ‘Do With That’, and ‘Envious’, receiving over one million radio impressions across the country.
Rayne first started co-writing in late 2018, working with the likes of Tavish Crowe, Andrew Allen, Troy Sampson, Brian Howes, and Ryan Stewart. She quickly found her groove, creating cleverly written songs that balance catchy choruses and rhythmically driven tracks with lyrics that discuss the darker, sadder aspects of relationships. Her original batch of demos was sent off to an executive at Live Nation Toronto, where she secured her spot playing pre-show for GRAMMY Award winner Billie Eilish in 2019, and later Tyler Shaw in Vancouver.
Rayne’s six song, Factor funded EP ‘False Love’ teases a new, edgier direction for the “pop” artist. Alongside the upbeat pop sound of songs like ‘Sour Candy’ and ‘Who’s Sorry Now?’, several tracks really show the darker side of Rayne. Namely songs ‘Is It Cool If We’re Lonely?’ and ‘Nothing To Bleed For’, both leaning further into the dark pop genre and taking inspiration from a more alternative sound than prior releases.
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