New Yorker singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Mac Ayres is getting the credit that has been due for some time now, receiving both acknowledgement and accolades as an accomplished R&B and Neo-Soul vocalist. Ayres, who began singing in elementary school, and is self-taught on the guitar, bass and piano, is known for writing and recording nearly all of his music at home. His introduction, and passion for music began to bud at the age of 11, when his mom bought him a Yamaha keyboard. From that moment, his start as a lifelong music performer was history.

Ayres even went as far as attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts from 2014 until he decided to leave in the spring of 2017. This decision, however, did not put a halt to his ascension into the music industry. Ayres gained widespread acclaim from his debut single “Easy,” charting at over 1,000,000 plays globally within the first 2 months of its release, and even gaining support from Jonas Brothers’ member, Joe Jonas via his social media channels. To date, the single now stands at over 16 million plays on Spotify alone.

Following the success of his single, Ayres then released his debut EP, Drive Slow, in 2017, which earned him featured spots on Billboard, Pigeons & Planes, Tidal, and a few additional notable streaming hubs. This success only increased as Ayres toured Europe, Asia, and The Americas, selling out more than 90% of his headlining shows. His most recent sophomore album, Something To Feel was released to critical acclaim in August of 2018 and even featured in Vibe Magazine as well as Billboard (again). Ayres’ Something To Feel tour is already sold out in the United States and is quickly selling out in Europe, but of you live in Asia, or are planning to visit in 2019, then you’re in luck, as that’s where the tour will continue.

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