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Madeline Edwards | Killin Me

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Killin Me

by Madeline Edwards

Madeline Edwards' style is a conscious blend of west coast pop and gulf coast soul, all while staying true to her jazz roots.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I grew up in Santa Barbara, CA and moved to Houston closer to high school. So, I’ve had the best of both worlds spending my youth in Cali and living my adult-life in Texas. My style of music is a conscious blend of both my upbringings too. It’s a west coast jazz influence infused with that southern soul.

My most recent performances include flying to Colorado to perform for a private screening of Deon Taylor’s film “Traffic,” featuring Paula Patton and Omar Epps, performing for the 2018 SXSW Festival, performing for the 2018 NBA Playoffs and opening this past weekend for up-and-coming hip hop artist, Tobe Nwigwe.

I’ve spent this entire year working on my first full length record titled “MADE,” which I will be releasing in “chapters” starting next month. “Made” is a collection of stories, reflecting my life and experiences with family, life, love and betrayal, and how I navigated through all of it. The album is also intended to encourage my listeners to enjoy the process of life, no matter how difficult it may get. “Made” was created to not only be a play-on my name “MADE-line” but also to tell listeners and fans that “I don’t need to ‘Make It’ to feel like I’ve ‘Made It.'” I’m happy with where I am and the process, and I don’t need society to tell me what I “need” to feel like I’ve “made it” in the world.

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