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Avé With His Amazing Track "How Come"

Upcoming artist Avé was born and raised in Philadelphia, Avé grew up in a Christian family and began singing in church at age six. At 11, they joined the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, where the singer’s uncommon vocal talent blossomed and where they learned complex musical skills such as up to eight-part vocal harmonies and live performance. As a teenager, Avé toured the world with the choir, visiting four continents and finding a safe haven while their parents were undergoing a painful divorce. They launched a solo career in 2011 and released two independent albums—2012’s The Real ME and 2015’s SPelChek—as Matt Edwards. More recently, the singer joined the Philadelphia-based, philanthropic record label, The Giving Groove, rebranding and changing their stage name to Avé. The new name signifies the singer’s comfort embracing their true identity. “I’m just freer and more comfortable performing the music because I’m performing it as me,” says Avé. “And saying ‘Be who you are,’ while I’m being who I am. I feel like I can say it with a different fervor because I know the pains and the struggles of what that means and what that could cost. It doesn’t mean the road will be easy. But it’s a road worth taking.” Following the release of his newest single "How Come" he projects an upbeat track with an added music video that will surely captivate your eyes and ears. Starting the track with a groovy beat leading onto his soft and sweet vocals he completes the track entirely. To the vocals and production this track will surely get you up on your feet feeling the music with every beat. To explain the track further it's about having an immense love for a past lover who did you dirty, you try to look at the outcome and search for a piece of clarity. The track would be just right for a late night drive or hanging out by the beach watching the sunset. Go stream "How Come" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.



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