Elley Duhé has just released the visuals for her newest track, “Fly (Stripped).” Aptly named, this song soars with Elley’s delicate voice, which Nylon called a “blissful, R&B-tinged anthem.”
Ever since her breakout single, “Immortal,” which caught 5-million streams on Spotify, the pop-track seamstress has been wowing crowds with her soft dance-hall diction and empowering lyrics.
When NoGossipLA covered Miss Duhé’s release of “Can You Touch,” produced by Rahki (Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Mac Miller) I became hooked. So, when I heard about the music video release for “Fly” I was a little nervous.
It’s not that I lack any faith in A Creative Music Group or Columbia Records, the singer’s record label. But “Fly” was a captivating piece of music on its own. Between Elley’s soulful, dance-hall diction and the song’s steady climb, I was scared any addition’s would kill the magic.
After seeing the visuals, I can foolishly admit there was no need to stress. Elley is a pro and has worked with artists like Illangelo [The Weeknd], Jesse Shatkin, and Arcade after all. But don’t take my word for it. Check out Elley Duhé in her new music video for “Fly (Stripped)” and let us know what you think. You can find all of Elley Duhé here and follow her @elleyduhe to know when her upcoming EP drops.