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Full Name Charlotte Day Wilson
Profession R&B Singer
Date of Birth April 17 , 1993
Current Age 30 years
Place of Birth Toronto
Birth Country Canada
Nationality Canadians
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 30 years old)

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Charlotte Day Wilson is one of the famous R&B Singer, who was born on the memorable day of April 17 in the year 1993. Charlotte Day Wilson is a proud citizen of Canada.

Canadian contemporary R&B singer-songwriter. She releasedher debut album Alpha in July 2021. She has over 80,000 followers on Instagram and more than 30,000 subscribers on YouTube.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Charlotte Day Wilson continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Charlotte Day Wilson
Popular As: Charlotte Day Wilson
First Name: Charlotte
Last Name: Wilson
Gender: Female
Birthday: April 17
Birth Year: 1993
Age: 30 Years


She learned piano and studied at Toronto’s Royal Conservatory of Music before teaching herself production via GarageBand as a teenager. She moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to study music, women’s studies, and philosophy at the University of King’s College. She secured an internship with the Toronto-based record label Arts & Crafts, which represents the likes of Feist and hip-hop/jazz ensemble BadBadNotGood.

As she told The Toronto Star in 2021, it was the placement of her 2016 song “Work” in an Apple commercial that cemented music as her profession: “That sync put some money in my pocket and made it possible for me to quit my job and pursue music full time.”


She was born and raised in Toronto and grew up in a musical family. One of her grandfathers was a minister. She has appeared as a guest artist with Benjamin Coyle-Larner, Kaytranada, and James Blake.

Charlotte Day Wilson Timeline

She came to prominence in the mid-2010s with her single "Work" and collaborations with other Toronto-based artists like BadBadNotGood and Daniel Caesar.
She self-released the EP Palimpsest in 2012, and followed up with the standalone singles "Avondale," "Stephen," and "Montreal" in 2013 and 2014.
She was also part of the funk band The Wayo, which released an EP in 2014, among other releases.
There, Wilson began collaborating with artists such as Daniel Caesar, River Tiber, and BadBadNotGood before releasing her second EP, CDW, in 2016.
The EP's song "Work" was nominated for the SOCAN Songwriting Prize in 2017, the EP was a longlisted nominee for the 2017 Polaris Music Prize; additionally, producer Howie Beck received a Juno Award nomination for Producer of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017 for his contributions to "Work" and Dragonette's "High Five".
Wilson's video for "Work", directed by Fantavious Fritz, won the 2018 Prism Prize.