Juelz has teamed up with pop singer, Pauline Herr, for his newest single “Colours.” The track is the second to come off of Juelz’s upcoming EP, which is set to release later this year. “Colours” is the last track on his upcoming Paradise Lost EP. The song serves as a closure to the EP’s narrative, which is about the process, from beginning to end, of losing something one once couldn’t live without to then thriving off of the loss you used to love.
“Colours is possibly my favourite song that I’ve released to date” says Juelz. “It’s a moody, but uplifting song about the stage of getting over an ex when you are completely at peace with the fact that person is no longer in your life and you’re ready to own your independence.”
For the last three years, Juelz has been building a catalog that fuses hip-hop and electronic boundaries effortlessly. With classical training in violin and a culturally diverse upbringing, he has proven his strong music writing and production skills can attract different audiences. In 2018, he teamed up with bbno$ to release a collaborative EP titled moneytalk. Juelz had support coming from tastemakers including RL Grime, A-trak and more.
Pauline Herr’s ultimate goal is to make authentic music that speaks to your soul and to help continue to pave the path for female producers. Because Pauline aims to be her true self in all of her music, the goal is to produce, write and record all of her own tracks and pour real, intangible emotion into every aspect of them.
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Juelz found initial success with the release of the SoundCloud club hit “Cocaine”, which quickly led him to collaborations with the likes of josh pan, Falcons and Promnite. In 2018, he teamed up with bbno$ to release a collaborative EP titled “Moneytalk”, and in early 2019 he released the “Shanghai Nights EP” with Fools Gold Records. With an influx of support coming from tastemakers including RL Grime, A-Trak and his sophomore label EP High Octane out now through Sable Valley, Juelz is poised to make a big splash in the electronic music scene this year.
About Pauline Herr
Pauline independently released six solo-produced tracks in 2019 (landing herself several Spotify editorial playlists: Creamy, Brand New Chill, Sad Beats) and put out her debut EP with Lowly in May of 2020. She is the first female artist to release a self-produced EP with the label. Pauline’s ultimate goal is to make genuine music that speaks to your soul and to always be true to herself in music and life. Because of this, she has written, recorded, produced and mixed every song from her solo project with no outside help.
“I’m a bit stubborn in the sense that I don’t like outside opinions or help when I’m creating my art (aside from a little feedback every now and then). Unless it’s a collab, I want everything to be as 100% me as possible. Art is so subjective and at the end of the day, all that really matters to me is that I fuck with what I’m making. “All I really want is to connect with people by showing them my heart and to grow as an artist and human and invite people to witness my growth as I continue to release music and be transparent and vulnerable,” she says.