Five reasons to fall in love with Alma: mad style, sassy attitude, innovative lyrics, cutting-edge hooks and a voice you simply won’t forget. Alma is truly special — the polar opposite of a plastic pop princess. She’s an edgy, shameless singer-songwriter, who aims for authenticity in everything she does. Her urban tunes are filled with interesting contrasts: they are sharp, yet vulnerable and approachable, yet cool. She’s not afraid to mix classic pop with rap elements, old soul music and urban beats.
Music has been Alma’s sanctuary and source of self-confidence throughout her life. Her lyrics revisit the difficult times she’s been through, but remain hopeful. Although she writes power anthems for herself, her texts are exceptionally easy to relate to. 20-year-old Alma sees her young age merely as an asset. She knows exactly what she’s singing about. “Twentysomethings experience a lot of stuff for the first time. It’s an era of extreme feelings.” These intense feelings shine through on each of Alma’s unique tracks. She’s one in a million. Press play and get hooked.
Few voices can stop you in your tracks, prickling hairs on the back of your neck, and transporting you at first listen. At the age of only 17, Bülow has crafted a powerful debut, Damaged Vol. 1, full of sweet and effortless melodies which do just that. A child of the globe, the bright-eyed Megan Bülow has grown up in 5 countries including Canada, Germany, the UK, the US, and is now finishing high-school in The Netherlands.
Discovered at a summer camp in 2016, Megan quickly found a kinship with some of Canada’s hottest young writers and producers, including Lowell, Nate J, Mike Wise, Kevin Figs, and more. With opportunity at her fingertips, Bülow has risen to the occasion, creating an astounding body of work in her three song debut Damaged Vol. 1. Sentimental, playful, and haunting, the tracks “Like This Guy” “Lines” and “Not A Love Song” are an impressive flag-bearer for this unique artist’s promising career.