Dizzy Fae is a 19-year old alternative R&B artist based in St. Paul. As a student of dance (TU Dance) and vocal performance (Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Arts), Dizzy developed an eclectic style that has landed her on stages alongside The Internet, Kehlani, Poliça, Empress Of, and Jorja Smith. Her debut track “Color Me Bad” debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats1 radio show while she sat in senior-year vocal class, and shortly after graduation, she embarked on a sold-out US tour with Lizzo. Her debut mixtape Free Form dropped a few months back and we are still obsessing over it. From tracks like ‘Johnny Bravo’ that takes on an 80’s R&B approach but with some electronica elements and bangers like ‘Booty 3000’ that shows a whole lotta attitude through the vocals and the rhythmic drum and bass line. We are in for it.
Recently, Dizzy dropped a combined monochromatic and mesmerizing visual project for her tracks ‘Her’ and ‘Indica’, showcasing an emotional corporal interaction with a lover. The video is filled with some serious stunning symbolism that could captivate any audience.