‘While We Wait’ is the latest single from Dominique Fils-Aimé. Included in her upcoming album ‘Three Little Words’ (February 12th), it is the final chapter in a trilogy of albums tackling and exploring the roots of African American musical culture.
Dominique said: “The transition between two eras, filled with necessary growing pains. Leaving carelessness behind in order to embrace the mission that belongs to us all. The duality between becoming agents of change versus the powerlessness we may feel.”
Based in Montréal, Fils-Aimé draws inspiration from soul icons of the 1940s and 1960s such as Billie Holiday, Etta James, and Nina Simone. Her first album Nameless was released in 2018 to critical acclaim and received placements on shows like Hulu’s Woke and Netflix’ Tiny Pretty Things.
Dynamic and vast, Dominique’s want for relevant content and fulfilling musical retort, successfully combine to bring the kind of horizon we’d hope for: refreshing and captivating.
Look for more from the songstress.