Maura Whitman combines modern pop sensibilities with edgy undertones to create addictive, yet powerful anthems. Coloured with compelling hooks, heavy-hitting bass tones, stunning vocals, and insightful lyrics, her songs will leave you at the edge of your seat wanting more. 

At the young age of 20, Maura has had the opportunity to share the stage with many notable names in the industry, including Neon Dreams, Gordie Sampson, Karate Kactus, Dennis Ellsworth, Christina Martin, Brad Roberts (Crash Test Dummies) Makayla Lynn, Breagh MacKinnon (Port Cities) and Serena Ryder. Her captivating stage presence is unprecedented and quickly proving that age is just a number.  

Invited as one of Nova Scotia’s most promising young songwriters to take part in the prestigious Gordie Sampson Songwriting Camp, Maura was given the opportunity to collaborate with some of North America’s most sought-after songwriters and producers, including: Grammy Award winner Gordie Sampson, Canadian Producer Thomas "Tawgs" Salter, Nashville powerhouse writer Thomas Daniel, and Nova Scotian heavy-hitter Producers Famba and Corey Lerue, as well as Nova Scotian born solo star, Ria Mae.  

Growing up in a household filled with music, Maura has been drawn to the sound and rhythm of popular music. Honing her skills as a songwriter and a passionate performer, she has created an ambitious catalogue of original music. Her debut single, "Roulette", was released in 2019, with a follow-up vocal feature on Karate Kactus' "Wildfire." In November of 2020, Maura released the pop anthem, "I Don't Need You," produced by Juno-winner Corey Lerue. 

August 2021 brought us Maura's new single "The Difference," also produced by Lerue. “The Difference” describes the journey of discovering your self-worth and the feeling of being in a relationship with someone who truly loves you for you. This song emphasizes the idea that being vulnerable with someone new can completely change your perspective of what you deserve and allows you to realize that you are enough,” Whitman says of her new single.


“One of the brightest voices in Canadian pop music today belongs to Halifax’s Maura Whitman.” - CANADIAN MUSICIAN MAGAZINE 

"Teen Queen....the future of Halifax pop" - THE COAST