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Elle Ray — A Force That Awakens

Elle Ray — A Force That Awakens

Somewhere in the heart of Montreal lies an unspoken powerful music figure, one that has been on the grind and enchanting souls for a minute now. That is all about to change, as the once best-kept-secret is set to unleash three hit tracks in the coming months.
For those unfamiliar, Elle Ray is a Canadian Singer — Songwriter that has been sought after for her formidable voice as well as her songwriting skills, working as the frontwoman and also behind the scenes on stellar projects over the years. Having lived in London England for a large part of her life, this Montreal Native has been able to acquire listeners on the international stage with high-profile features.
Following her previous work with Tell Me You Love Me produced by Mr Saccardo and Ready Now with producer Tom Frampton, Elle has been getting recognition from reputable sources such as The Stage UK and UK Songwritng Competiion and YourEDM.com, securing thousands of hits in a short time span. 

So what now?

Elle is poised to release her new single CANDYLAND and the music video that’s sure to catapult her to the next level in the coming months. After staying on the side of mass appeal for most of her career, the following Album is set to be much more daring and dangerous. With the help of well-known EDM producers Thomas Hayes and Mr. Saccardo, what will unfold in the coming months is sure to take us all by storm. Diving completely into her fantasy world, these next days will bring out a side of Elle you have never seen before. Twisted, beautiful, wicked and full of style. The Shamanic Songstress has a whole different side of her you haven’t seen before.
We will all have to wait and see how the world reacts to this new colorful fairy tale. Constantly re-inventing her style and aura such as a melodic shape-shifter, one thing is for sure: there is really more than meets the eye when it comes to Elle Ray. 


After winning 1st place at The Stage UK competition, Canadian Singer Songwriter Elle Ray attended London UK music school [Tech Music School / BIMM] with a Vocal/Music performance Scholarship. After writing with a number of Music producers in London UK, Elle won 1st Place at the 2013 AppleBeam songwriting competition, 1st Place at the 2014 EDA UKSC songwriting competition and received a nomination for 2013 Best UKSC Pop Written Song
Her single Tell Me You Love Me has attracted the attention of several House DJ's, University radio stations, and the song has played several time on 94.7 Hits FM,  European National radio stations, and on MTV. The song is written and co-produced with London UK DJ Mr Saccardo kown for his viral remixes of Michael JacksonStevie Wonder and Whitney Houston.  "Tell Me You Love Me" was mixed and mastered by  Glenn Morrison at Alpine Mastering [ Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, Ministry of Sound, Armada...]

Her New track Candyland is an Electro-pop rock song, with elements of afro-beats, synth pop, and indie pop. Lyrically, the song is about being addicted to ... sugar? 
*Produced by Mr Saccardo [RCA Sonny Music, Huawei Mobile]
*Mastered by Dave Kutch [ Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys, The Roots, and John Legend, Fifth Harmony 

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