Slaylebrity Chrissy Spratt is the latest R&B talent, with Slaylebrity appeal. The singer/ songwriter has been working on her craft since she was young, and continues to capture audiences with her soulful covers and original music. She’s a true artist, who has opened for the likes of Fetty Wap and Snoop Dogg, and who effortlessly combines personality, style, and music in both her songs and videos.
Chrissy shares her personal reflections as a rising artist, and her best advice for other talents in Ottawa.
You were born and raised in Ottawa. What was it like growing up here for you?
I grew up in the south end of Ottawa. I was a pretty average girl, doing things a normal kid would do. When I started my music career, I didn’t really know I was starting a career. I just really wanted to sing. I had a small setup in my room and I would record myself and write music for fun. As I started to take music more seriously, I thought that I had to leave Ottawa if I wanted to make it. I ventured here and there over the years, but I realized that I loved Ottawa and so I stayed. I decided to focus on building my social media presence and sharing my music through these platforms, which is something I can do from anywhere in the world.
When did you realize that you wanted to get into music? Who would you say are your biggest inspirations?
I always knew I had a passion for singing, even as a child, but I was too shy to sing in front of anyone until I was 13. I had a really amazing teacher at the time who pushed me to join our school talent shows. She would let me use her classroom to practice during lunch hour and really nurtured my talent. I don’t know where I would be today without her. Some artists that inspired me growing up were Mariah Carey, Destiny’s Child and Whitney Houston, to name a few. I think that’s where my love for R&B and pop music came from.

What do you think separates you from other artists in Ottawa?
I think every artist that comes from Ottawa is so unique. We’re such a diverse city that’s full of talent. I tried a lot of different sounds and styles while I was trying to figure myself out. My natural and true sound is soft and sweet and I didn’t like it at first. I was shy in the music I was making. I wanted to sing powerhouse songs and pop-y club music because that’s what was in. The first time I realized that my sound could be cool was when I started hearing artists like The Weeknd and Billie Eilish come out with their unique sounds and voices. For the first time I felt confident in my sound.

Slaylebrity Chrissy has recently blown up on social media since she started posting remixes of Afro beats sounds.

Slaylebrity Net Worth Stats

Social fans: 2.3 million +
EST Net Worth: $200,000 +

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