GAYLE and joe p Team Up For for “Off My Mind” Performance Video

Up-and-coming alternative artist joe p recently released a duet performance of his track “Off My Mind” featuring fellow TikTok renowned singer-songwriter GAYLE. Originally released on his debut EP, Emily Can’t Sing via Neon Gold/Atlantic, “Off My Mind” takes on a new persona in this intimate duet. This “Off My Mind” performance features a stunning blend of raw emotion, gritty acoustic guitar, and heartbreaking vocals, making a moody shift from its studio relative. Nothing short of hypnotizing, this rendition is streaming now on joe p’s official YouTube channel.

joe p is a New Jersey-based artist who began his solo journey following the break up of his band in early 2020. After turning to the popular social media platform TikTok where he shared his original music, joe p garnered thousands of views. His videos soon took on momentum, eventually gaining industry attention and a deal with Neon Gold/Atlantic. Since signing, joe p has released his debut EP,  Emily Can’t Sing, along with the singles “Leaves,” “Fighting In My Car,” and “Off My Mind.” joe p is also set to tour North America supporting Spacey Jane, starting in October 2022 in Toronto. More dates and information can be found at joepthehyena.com/showsfull.

Like joe p, GAYLE attracted the attention of thousands on TikTok, building traction in early 2020 with her single “dumbass.” Now signed with Atlantic Records/Arthouse Records, GAYLE’s debut Atlantic single “abcdefu” is RIAA Platinum-certified with over 1 billion streams and has dominated Billboard charts.

Since the rise of her success, GAYLE has made her network television debut, performing “abcdefu” on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and “ur just horny” for CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. In addition to these singles, GAYLE has also recently released her debut EP, debut EP a study of the human experience volume one

Contributing Entertainment Writer, Contrast Magazine.

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