Charlotte Day Wilson is a Canadian contemporary R&B singer and songwriter. She came to prominence in the mid-2010s with her single "Work" and collaborations with other Toronto-based artists like BadBadNotGood and Daniel Caesar.
She spent some time living in Montreal, Quebec, before returning to Toronto and interning at Arts & Crafts Productions. There, Wilson began collaborating with artists such as Daniel Caesar, River Tiber, and BadBadNotGood before releasing her second EP, CDW, in 2016.
The EP's song "Work" was nominated for the SOCAN Songwriting Prize in 2017, the EP was a longlisted nominee for the 2017 Polaris Music Prize; additionally, producer Howie Beck received a Juno Award nomination for Producer of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017 for his contributions to "Work" and Dragonette's "High Five". Wilson's video for "Work", directed by Fantavious Fritz, won the 2018 Prism Prize. Wilson and Fritz subsequently announced that they were using the prize money to create a special grant program for emerging female video directors.
Her third EP, Stone Woman, was released in 2018.The song "Falling Apart" from that album was sampled on the 2020 James Blake track "I Keep Calling." In 2018, Vinyl Me, Please released an exclusive album that compiled CDW and Stone Woman.
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