About

Exzavier Whitley is an American Singer, Songwriter, composer, and musician that grew up in Denver Colorado and Raised in Denver. Though following his dreams, Exzavier continued writing and wrote short poems on his past times. Exzavier started to participate in song writing contests year round, and stayed up long nights finding different and unusual tunings for his guitars. He first started working with American rock band Crown of Thorns bassist Michael Paige, where he recorded his very first single “This Way”. Though it was never released, Exzavier keeps it as memory. After many years of dedication and hard work Exzavier Whitley is a now a profound Contemporary Folk Artist and on top of having 1 introductory album and EP completed Exzavier now is working with a brand new upcoming Singer-Songwriter, Acoustic Folk and blues Album titled “Oppressed” featuring folk and acoustic rock artists Lee Nelson, Lisa Von H, and Folk Artist John Bilyk alongside Exzavier Whitley coming up.

He spent his early childhood with grief, pain, and tears. In 2005 he won an award for best poem in his elementary school and writing. He then began making short stories that tied in to his haunting past and used writing as a outlet. In his later years he began turning writing into lyrics for songs in 2006. He also kept some of his songs to himself for personal reasons. In 2008, Exzavier got his first guitar. He did not want anything to with it but after a few days he decided to learn how to play it in hopes to fulfill its use instead of letting it sit there, After 2 months of practicing he found himself to love playing. He is self taught on all the varieties of instruments he plays. in 2010 he recorded tidbits of his songs on his phone that he wrote in the past to let out the personal connections between his present day and his past.

Following his dreams, Exzavier continued writing and wrote short poems on his past times. Exzavier started to participate in song writing contests year round, and stayed up long nights finding different and unusual tunings for his guitars. Following his dreams, Exzavier continued writing and wrote short poems on his past times. He first started working with American rock band Crown of Thorns bassist Michael Paige, where he recorded his very first single “This Way”.  After years of hard work, writing, feelings, and mastering his craft, Exzavier Whitley is a now a profound Contemporary Folk Artist, Exzavier has released a 4 song EP called “Gone West” which features two great female UK Singer/Songwriters alongside him,  Lisa Von H and Helen Rae Glindemann. And a standalone introductory album “Backroads” and now an upcoming album “Oppressed”.

This next album “Oppressed” is definitely a emotional Rollercoaster and one you will be down to to love.  Alongside Exzavier Whitley and this feeling driven album features Indie Folk Artist John Bilyk, Urban Acoustic Rock Artist, and Los Angeles native, Lee Nelson, and recurring from his last EP Gone West, Woking UK Folk Singer Songwriter Lisa Von H. Expected to release April 29th, 2016.

This new album from Denver native and Contemporary Folk Artist Exzavier Whitley titled  “Oppressed” will be the one that will you definitely remember. This album features a brand new sound, including 2 songs of Rock and Roll style sounds as well the as classic Contemporary Folk and Blues mixed. The album is written in a very personal image of the struggles and thoughts Exzavier Whitley has experienced. For as much deep feeling of depression which is present in the first 6 songs of the album, Exzavier has finished the album off with sweet love messages and a positive note with songs like “The Best Thing”, “Keeps Me Awake”, and “Love For You” which will certainly bring a smile to your face, warmth to your heart, and a tear to your eye.

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