credit Anna Azarov

Australian-bred, LA-based singer-songwriter VASSY is returning to her artistic roots.

Following a decade as one of the premier vocalists in dance music – a vaunted career that has seen her score a 14x certified platinum record for her David Guetta-collaboration “Bad” and a 9x platinum song for her Tiësto-collaboration “Secrets,” and become the first woman ever to win the EDMA Icon Award – VASSY is tracing her steps back to an earlier era of her creative output.

“With Supreme, I wanted to showcase my eclectic range. I started in the music scene as a jazz singer before evolving into an indie pop artist and eventually finding myself on the EDM songs that put me on the map globally.

I loved making those dance records, but with Supreme I wanted to incorporate those sounds into a framework that’s more authentic to my origins.”

“I really missed having the freedom in the studio to be more versatile and create songs with no pressure to fit the radio. I love having the ability to go from quirky indie pop records to jazzy, soulful Afro beat / Latin inspired tunes … It is so much fun to express myself through various genres and styles of music. I find it invigorating. I just wanted to get back to my roots and remind myself where I started musically and how that translated to where I am now in my career.”