M.I Blue is a multidisciplinary musician whose creativity has no bounds and artistry is an extension of her soul. The Toronto-based singer’s soothing voice sets off a chill yet jazzy vibe that demands a thoughtful night in or a contemplative solo night out.
It’s been said that her voice is from a distant era, but this wielder of moods can’t be limited to a single generation because we can always relate to her ‘I don’t play no games, I’m flattered” vibes.
Get to know our current crush M.I. Blue below the cut.
M.I. Blue likes to experiment with film making and made a trippy music video with Sydnè Barnes for her song “Silver Kettles”
She suggests her EP “Black Tea and Mint” is best enjoyed alone with a cup of tea and a spliff
She’s got killer swag
She’s open about the personal struggles she goes through and is a symbol of self-care
She’s collaborated with fellow Toronto artist Clairmont The Second on his song “Temporary”
She likes to drink tea and in an interview she mentioned she has a golden kettle from high school to prove it