Throughout her fruitful independent career, spanning three EPs and multiple collaborations, **Madison** has earned accolades from The New York Times, NPR, The FADER, and Pitchfork, who named her a Rising Artist in 2018. Her genre-bending work has led to Questlove dubbing her early sound “soul-appella.” In addition to a stirring performance on the renowned COLORS Studio platform, McFerrin has also performed at Lincoln Center, Central Park SummerStage and BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn, and shared stages with the likes of De La Soul, Gallant, and The Roots. Off the stage, Madison’s music has been featured in episodes of Comedy Central’s Broad City and HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness.
Hailing from the West Side of Chicago, Brooklynn Skye is a self-taught musician, producer, and artist who studied bass, jazz, and classical music growing up. Though her lyrics are riddled with themes of love and lust, she finds inspiration through one exceptionally uncommon medium: horror films. Influences of Skye include Chicago House, jazz, and the 90’s grunge era, all of which are felt through her slow jams with a modern twist. “Her ability to tell stories through her words and symphonies doesn’t go unnoticed, and despite being at it since the age of 9, the musician’s evolution is still unfolding.