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With the success of her Debut Single, "Turn It Around", BAYLA continues to beat the odds. As a child, doctors diagnosed her with a vocal cord dysfunction and told her she would never be able to sing. Today, BAYLA is proudly proving doctors wrong.

In 2016, BAYLA independently released her Debut Single, "Turn It Around". The single quickly caught on like wild fire at Canadian Radio, reaching "Top 40" status, and peaking at #24 on the Canadian Billboard Charts. 

It also became a "Top 10" hit in Montreal, QC - BAYLA's hometown. iHeartRadio chose BAYLA as the winner for their "Future Star" radio contest for both CHR & HOT A/C, making BAYLA one of the rare artists to win the title in both categories. 

Since, this Pop Singer-Songwriter has been performing in many Festivals across Canada including "Canadian Music Week", "Glowfair" and "Stars & Thunder". As a member of the LGBTQ+ Community, her involvement in many "Pride" Festivities has also been a great highlight. 

BAYLA has shared the stage and opened for many incredible artists including Simple Plan, Lights, Aaron Carter, Bif Naked, Tom Cochrane & Andy Kim. With features in EARMILK, Breakfast Television, The Vocalist Magazine, etc, her story and music continues to grow and resonate with many audiences.

BAYLA's latest single, "Monster", is an anti-bullying and self-love earworm. It is accompanied by a quirky Toy-Story inspired Music Video. The single also caught attention on Canadian Radio and was chosen as NewCap's "Trending Track". Since, "Monster" has charted at #39 on the Canadian Top 40 Radio Charts. 

Canada's Walk of Fame recently named BAYLA 2019's "Emerging Artist of the Year", winning the Grand Prize in their "RBC Emerging Musician Program". Currently in studio working on her Debut EP, expect new music from this Canadian Emerging Artist in 2020!

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Patrice Laflamme 
Ashley Canter
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