JP Saxe is a rapidly rising singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada in the pop music scene. His heartfelt lyrics and soulful singing style have earned him an international following amongst music fans. His 2019 single, "If the World Was Ending" with fellow Canadian singer-songwriter Julia Michaels, catapulted him to fame and was a multi-platinum success.
JP Saxe was born in Toronto in 1996 and grew up in both the city and the surrounding area. He attended a music school at UCLA in California and was part of the prestigious a capella group, "The SoCal Vocals." After graduating, he moved back to Toronto where he joined a pop-punk band before embarking on his solo career.
In early 2019, JP Saxe released his debut album, Iris in Bloom. The album was well-received by critics and fans alike and was followed by several singles. His most successful and well-known single, “If the World Was Ending”, was released in collaboration with Julia Michaels and went on to become a multi-platinum hit, reaching No.1 on the US Adult Pop Songs chart.
JP Saxe also started writing and collaborating with other artists, most notably Shawn Mendes. As of 2021, he has performed on several tracks, including “Stitches” with Mendes and "Call Out My Name" with Arin Ray.
JP Saxe has been the main vocalist and songwriter in all of his songs since his first album in 2019. Over the past two years, he has also collaborated with a number of producers, including Brian Lee and Shaylen Carroll.
JP Saxe's music style has been compared to that of Shawn Mendes and Ed Sheeran. Other comparable artists include John Mayer, Sam Smith, and Hozier.
JP Saxe's has released a number of hit singles, including “If the World Was Ending,” “Kissin' In The Cold,” “Same Room,” and “Line by Line.” He has also had success with his collaborations, including “Stitches” with Shawn Mendes and “Call Out My Name” with Arin Ray.
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