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George Maple
Birth nameJess Higgs
Born (1992-05-27) 27 May 1992 (age 28)
Sydney, Australia
OriginLos Angeles, California
GenresPop, electronic music, R&B, soul
Years active2012 (2012)–present
LabelsVirgin Records/EMI (Past: Future Classic)[1]

Jess Higgs (born 27 May 1992), known professionally as George Maple, is an Australian born, LA based recording artist, songwriter and record producer. [2] In 2017, Maple released her own debut album, Lover which debuted at #2 on the Australian iTunes Chart. Lover featured US rapper GoldLink and Rome Fortune.

Alongside the album she released a series of self directed and produced music videos. In early 2018, she commenced her first national headline tour, the Lover Tour and supported New Zealand singer Lorde.

Maple has performed at international festivals Coachella, Lollapalooza and EDC Vegas, as well as Australian festivals; Field Day, Splendour in the Grass, Groovin the Moo and FOMO festival. Maple is known for her theatrical fashion and has been described as a ’fashion icon’ by Australian mainstream media. Her style has been featured in Vogue, Interview magazine, and ELLE, among others.

As an artist, ghostwriter and producer she has over 400 million Spotify streams. She has written and produced for artists such as DJ Snake, What So Not, Flume, Goldroom, Guy Sebastien, Hayden James and Flight Facilities. Maple is the pitched down voice of Hayden James hit ‘Something About You.’

In 2019 Maple launched her concept performance ‘Utopia’ and announced the launch of her multi-medium production company ‘The Process.’ She also announced artist development initiative and management company T.B.C.A.

Maple is expected to release her second LP in 2020.


Australian-born, LA-based songwriter, producer, vocalist and multi-media artist George Maple is more than a popstar with a vision; she is a force. Over the last three years her unique approach to pop artistry has been gathering groundswell across the industry, media, tastemakers and die hard fans. As an artist, ghostwriter and producer her resume features over 400 million spotify streams, 350,000 Shazam followers, US number #1 records, sell out shows from Paris to Sydney, 20.3 million Youtube views and full spread features in iconic publications from Vogue to Harper’s Bazaar to interview magazine.



Title Details
  • Released: 11 December 2020
  • Label: Etcetc

Extended plays

Title Details
Vacant Space


Title Year Album Label
"Talk Talk" 2014 Vacant Space Future Classic
"Where You End And I Begin"
(featuring Grande Marshall)
2015 Lover
"Sticks and Horses"
(featuring GoldLink)
2016 Virgin/EMI
(featuring Rome Fortune; with What So Not)
"Lover" 2017
"Magic Woman" 2019 Non-album singles Etcetc
"Fade"[5] 2020 Myth
"The Hill"[6]

Appearances and credits

Title Year Artist Album Credits Label
"Foreign Language" 2011 Flight Facilities Non-album single Vocals (as Jess Higgs) Future Classic
"Frozen" 2012 YesYou YesYou Vocals (uncredited) Bossy Music
"Bring You Down" 2012 Flume Flume Vocals Future Classic
"On & On" 2013 Snakehips Non-album single Vocals Hoffman West
"Rescue" 2013 Deetron Music Over Matter Vocals Music Man Records
"Sonnet" 2014 Slime In the Brick House Mixtape Vocals independent
"Hot Dog" 2015 Slime Company Vocals (uncredited) Weird World Records
"Gemini" 2015 What So Not Gemini EP Vocals OWSLA / Sweat It Out!
"Something About You" 2015 Hayden James Non-album single Vocals (uncredited) Future Classic
"Ghost" 2015 Tkay Maidza Non-album single Co-writer, co-producer Dew Process / Universal Music Australia
"Skyline" 2015 Karma Fields Non-album single Vocals (uncredited) Monstercat
"Just a Lover" 2016 Hayden James Non-album single Vocals (uncredited) Future Classic
"Trust" 2016 What So Not Divide & Conquer Vocals (uncredited) Sweat It Out!
"Afterglow" 2016 Tkay Maidza Tkay Co-writer, co-producer Dew Process / Universal Music Australia
"Simulation" 2016 Tkay Maidza Tkay Co-writer, co-producer Dew Process / Universal Music Australia
"We Keep on Running"
(with Toto)
2018 What So Not Not All the Beautiful Things Co-writer Sweat It Out! / Counter Records


  1. ^ george-maple. "george-maple | EMI Music Publicity Portal". Retrieved 3 July 2018.
  2. ^
  3. ^ "MYTH by George Maple on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved 23 December 2020.
  4. ^ "Superhuman - Single by George Maple on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved 23 December 2020.
  5. ^ Staff Writer (10 November 2020). "First Spin: George Maple drops pulsating first taste of ambitious new project". ABC. Retrieved 23 December 2020.
  6. ^ "The Hill - Single by George Maple on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved 23 December 2020.

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