When Edi Callier made his TV debut on The Four‘s first season in January 2018, his life dramatically changed. Although the young singer and multi-instrumentalist from Covington, Georgia, came up short of getting a seat, his natural charm and sublime rendition of Nick Jonas’ “Jealous” nevertheless earned him the world.
“I don’t feel like I’ve lost. I feel like I’ve just stepped into a new chapter in my life. At the end of the day, I still did it,” he said.
His real name is Edward William Callier III. A born performer and a peace-loving artist, Edi simply has what it takes to bring first-class entertainment and touch people’s lives at the same time.
The moment Callier voices his first note and begins hitting those goosebumps-rousing falsettos, listeners can only find themselves becoming part of the magic as he follows through with his captivating performance. Edi’s effortless command of his voice and his spot-on, smooth shifts between registers make him truly a must-see.
Here’s another video of Edi performing live in Atlanta with his band, the.Collective, February this year.
Look just how energetic this talented indie soul singer-songwriter is and how much people enjoy his overall stage presence. His ability to connect with his audience and make them engage like so is unquestionable.
Edi just dropped his debut album earlier this year. It’s called LOVE: the eXperience, Vol. 1. A 27-minute collection of Callier-written and produced songs, the ambitious album features nine tracks that explore his core desire to spread messages of love, life, and happiness.
This beautiful artist speaks music as his first language. That’s a fact everybody can all agree on. Dear God, thank you for Edi Callier!
Fun fact from Edi: “I’m an independent recording artist and I literally am my entire team right now (songwriter, producer, engineer, graphic designer, video editor, etc) lol.“
Sam is a mediocre artist, musician, and the founder and editor in chief of UNXIGNED. He is a law student who leads an excitingly boring life in the confines of his room juggling studies with passion and dreams. He is terrible at finding balance but gets by anyhow. He wants you to follow his artist pages and channels for when he decides to up his game. Pretty open for collabs and will mix your would-be hit song for cheap.