Georgia-brought up vocalist/lyricist ELHAE is making his Motown debut with his most recent collection Aura III, the development to his 2017 EP, Aura II.
The 11-track project exhibits the R&B artist’s melodic vocals and gigantic ability, making finished tunes for each event. The tropical-implanted ‘U Know’ shouts island vibes, while the enthusiastic ‘Isolated’ will have you in your emotions.
In his most recent delivery, ELHAE isn’t hesitant to communicate what he feels through his music. “I think the ‘Atmosphere’ arrangement over the long run has become somewhat of a break for me, where I can release pressure and vent about things I’m going through at that current second in my life. Similar as any other individual, this is simply one more part in my life representing development and development.”
ELHAE is well headed to turning into an easily recognized name. His 2016 venture All Have Fallen incorporates the fan top picks ‘Doesn’t Matter’ accomplishment. Kehlani, and ‘Requirements’, which gathered more than 20 million Spotify streams. In 2017, Aura II, the spin-off of his autonomous Aura EP, lighted 24 million Spotify streams and then some. The venture flaunted the hit tunes ‘Dramatization’, ‘Something’ and the well known ‘Bang Your Line’ including Ty Dolla $ign.
In 2018, the vocalist graced the phase of Coachella without precedent for front of 40,000 fans as he reliably chipped away at his music in Los Angeles, Miami, and Atlanta. Roused by a portion of his number one collections, like Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon: The End of Day, Childish Gambino’s Because the Internet, and Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, ELHAE built up a dream with an itemized plotline for his next discharge. That vision unfurled throughout his 12-track project, Trouble In Paradise, acquainting his fans with the inebriating first single ‘Hennessy.’
Stream Aura III underneath and look at a jam meeting visual (with a mashup!) to ‘My City’.