Tessa’s music is emotional, and this EP is the prime example.
Judging from Tessa’s debut project “Black Water,” her future is looking bright. Linking up with a supportive collective in Toronto last year, in my opinion, was what the singer needed to get things moving. Tessa is currently in recovery mode after finishing a U.S. tour, stopping in cities like Los Angeles, Detroit, and even Las Vegas.
The years she spent in Ontario, before making the move to Toronto, is the time when her love for music grown and cultivated. Working with Dep BCS, who is a producer and primary member of the Cornerstone Lifestyle Collective, for most of the project was smart because he perfected her sound.
Each record takes you on a trip emotionally and is a mixture of R&B and Rock. Stream Tessa’s EP below to hear some new sounds from the 6.