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13 JANUARY 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Blending their emotive songwriting styles and distinctive vocal tones, two-time historic JUNO Award winner Savannah Ré and Canada-based Nigerian singer, songwriter and producer Nonso Amadi shine on the remix of Savannah’s Baile funk-inspired single “Closure”. After first debuting the remix as a surprise performance live on stage during Savannah Ré’s headlining hometown show in Toronto this past October, the “Closure Remix with Nonso Amadi” has now been released today via Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company.


Listen to the “Closure Remix with Nonso Amadi” HERE and watch the lyric video HERE


Originally released as the second single from Savannah Ré’s highly anticipated sophomore EP No Weapons, the Boi-1da, YogiTheProducer, and Kevinshideout-produced original track was praised for introducing a new sonic direction for Savannah by outlets such as The Source, HotNewHipHop, Rated R&B, Exclaim, Shifter Magazine and the Toronto Star who noted it as “a welcome addition to Ré’s repertoire”.


Following the release of No Weapons, Savannah Ré continued to stack up critical acclaim and career milestones including her breathtaking performance at The Black Academy’s inaugural Legacy Awards where she received a glowing introduction from Canadian R&B legend Deborah Cox, her head-turning COLORS performance of “WTF”, her electric debut headlining show at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre featuring a special introduction by Kardinal Offishall and surprise appearances by Fefe Dobson, Dylan Sinclair, Nonso Amadi and RHYAN, releasing her first Spotify Singles (“WTF” and 50 Cent’s “Many Men”), voicing a national adidas campaign alongside elite athletes including Kyle Lowry and Gary Trent Jr., landing the cover story of Sidedoor Magazine’s November issue, earning coveted spots on Best of 2022 lists by Complex, Exclaim and CBC Music and capping off the year with a nationally televised performance on CBC’s CANADA’S NEW YEAR’S EVE: COUNTDOWN TO 2023.



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About Savannah Ré:

Two-time consecutive JUNO Award winner for Traditional R&B/Soul Recording of the Year and three-time JUNO Award nominee Savannah Ré has become the one to watch in Canadian R&B. By making music with the unyielding intention to craft songs that forfeit polished stories for authentic ones, the Toronto artist has become the go-to collaborator for R&B’s upper echelon having written with artists like Babyface, Jessie Reyez, Normani, Wondagurl and her mentor, Grammy Award-winning producer Boi-1da. Savannah Ré’s critically-lauded debut EP Opia earned her shoutouts from global artists such as SZA and Timbaland as well as multiple award nominations including a place in music history as the first artist to ever be nominated for both the Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year and the Traditional R&B/Soul Recording of the Year JUNO Awards, the first artist to ever receive the Traditional R&B/Soul Recording of the Year JUNO Award and, after winning it for a second time in 2022, the only artist to receive the Award to date. After returning to the studio with award winning producers Boi-1da, YogiTheProducer, Beat Butcha and Jack Rochon, Savannah dropped her highly anticipated sophomore EP No Weapons, a collection of unapologetic testaments that further cemented her as Toronto’s fastest-rising R&B songstress. Praised by cultural tastemakers including VIBE, The Fader, COLORS, DJ Booth, BET, HYPEBEAST and Complex and named a Future of Black Music Artist by Apple Music, Amazon Music’s Breakthrough Artist of the Month, Spotify’s EQUAL Canada Ambassador and one of the first Canadian artists to be selected for the global #YouTubeBlack Voices Artist Class, Savannah Ré is the undeniably the future of Canadian R&B.