At only 19 years old, R&B powerhouse vocalist Hazely is set to impact the national music scene as we know it. Fusing acoustic pop melodies and soulful hooks with traditional Indigenous Round Dance songs, this rising star creates a moment of freedom and connection through her music. Hazely captivates with a natural calm energy that is inviting, igniting a spark in all who witness it.
A member of the Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan and Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Alberta, Hazely got her start performing locally and winning a series of talent shows. Culture remains integral to Hazely’s way of life and shines through her music. Hazely is a Jingle Dress dancer, Traditional Singer, and an active member in her cultures’ many different ceremonies.
Hazely was first launched into the Canadian music industry when she was invited to work with N’we Jinan; a travelling music studio program, to create song and video titled “Young & Happy”. The single was released in 2018, and later featured on the N’we Jinan Firemakers, Volume 7 album in 2019. The music video has garnered 195,000 views on YouTube and Facebook combined and continues to be streamed on all platforms nationwide. Later that year Hazely was featured on a second single with N’we Jinan called “Fight for Hope”.
Currently, Hazely is promoting the release of her debut album, “All Good Things”, a sonic journey through haunting round dance originals & contemporary pop hits. Coming from a long line of musicians, Hazely is ready to tell her story and have her voice heard. She hopes to use music to create a platform to inspire people to keep going and never give up on themselves.
Management & Booking
Sync & Licensing
My Lloydminster Now: Onion Lake youth in the spotlight with their own music video
Feel Free (Single)
Fight For Hope
Young & Happy