Yet to drop her debut album, Toronto singer Jessie Reyez has already changed the game a few times. Her frank and emotionally raw “Gatekeeper” presaged the #MeToo movement and recent single “Far Away” pointedly addressed right-wing immigration policy. Over the course of her two EPs and countless high profile collaborations (Eminem, Calvin Harris, Kehlani), Colombian-Canadian Reyez’ meticulous approach was recently rewarded with a Grammy nomination. Yet her fearless streak remains. Reyez recently covered Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”—a legendary country song by a legendary singer—and reconfigured it on her own terms. Expect more of the same when her debut LP Before Love Came to Kill Us finally comes out on March 27. —Del Cowie