Hot on heels after her latest releases “Running in Place” and “Newbury Park”, Lexi Jayde Unveils Debut EP “A Teenage Diary“
The EP features singles “newbury park,” “running in place,” and “cheap flowers,” which have been championed by the likes of MTV, American Songwriter, Earmilk, Ones to Watch, Notion, and her unconditionally loyal fans across the world.
She says: “There are so many stories and emotions portrayed in this EP and I know that every age group will be able to relate to at least one of the songs. That’s exactly why I write music to help and inspire people and we all go through the same stuff.”
Lexi Jayde has collaborated with A-list producers and writers such as Ilsey Juber, King Henry, Jenna Andrews, Tommy English, Captain Cuts, M-Phazes, Jon Bellion, and Sam Dejong. As an independent artist, Lexi has amassed over 6M+ global streams and appeared on Spotify’s Indie Pop, idk, Indie Pop & Chill, and Lorem playlists, and was championed by Apple Music’s Zane Lowe as “a fresh Kacey Musgraves.” Earlier this year, the 18-year-old is coming off a feature on the track “On Repeat” with Goody Grace & Cigarettes After Sex.
Jayde has formally announced her signing with Artist Partner Group – a sister platform to Artist Publishing Group. Both entities are collectively known as APG. “Lexi will kick off her national support tour with Adam Melchor on October 7th.
The rising pop star has created an ever-evolving sound that immerses listeners in the world of the average teenager. Growing up in the suburbs of Los Angeles, the 18-year-old contributes artists like Clairo, Tame Impala, Lennon Stella, and Fleetwood Mac to her personable and intimate music inspired by the California sun. As she experiences life, Lexi finds herself fighting the duality of youth and becoming an adult. Speaking for the voice of Gen-Z, Lexi is personable, honest, and open about her struggles and insecurities. A true artist, her music is timeless.