Delaney Jane is an EDM singer and songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Going straight from attending a performing arts high school to touring with Shaun Frank, she made her first major impression on the dance scene with an appearance on Frank's poppy club tune "This Could Be Love," released in late 2014. The pair followed it up in mid-2015 with the Beatport chart-topper "Shades of Grey," a collaboration between Frank, Jane, and Oliver Heldens. "Heaven," with Frank and KSHMR, appeared later that year, as did a remix EP for Estiva and Skouners' "Playing with Fire" and the single "The Other Side" with Nique, Mark, and Prince.
She went on to land in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart twice in 2016 with lead vocal stints on Dzeko & Torres' "L'Amour Toujours" and DVBBS and Shaun Frank's "La La Land." The latter also marked her debut on Canada's Hot 100. While working on material for her own EP, Jane returned to the Billboard dance chart with 2017's "Easy Go," a collaboration with Grandtheft that reached the number 26 spot. The year also brought her first Juno and Grammy nominations, both for the dance track "Limitless" by Adventure Club, featuring vocals by Jane. She made her solo debut with the breakup single "Howl" on her own Dirty Pretty Things label in December 2017. Subsequent solo singles appeared in 2018, including the piano ballad "Hotel Room," the low-key pop of "Bad Habits," and the sultry "L.U.I." The following year saw Jane issue the singles "You're So Last Summer," "Red," and "Hello My Loneliness," the latter of which featured Minnesota rapper Call Me Karizma. ~ Marcy Donelson