Terry Blade is an award-winning singer-songwriter. He is originally from Washington, DC, and currently resides in Chicago, IL. He has been compared to Meshell Ndegeocello, Isaac Hayes, and Tracy Chapman.
Since his debut, he has won over 75 awards and nominations for his music. The Unloveable was nominated for "Best Music: Singer/Songwriter" by the 2020 Hollywood Music In Media Awards while The Akademia Music Awards awarded Misery (Mastered for Headphones) "Best R&B/Soul EP." Clouzine Magazine's "Best Folk Song" award went to Terry for Mr. Robertson, and The Widow received the Florence Film Awards' "Best Original Song" award and the Lonely Seal Film Festival's "Best Song" award.
Terry identifies as a black queer artist, and his music has been featured and highlighted by musical outlets like Country Queer, Adobe and Teardrops, Thisis50, Yellow & Black, SwanoDown, Tinnitist, and Baron Mag.
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