Rising singer songwriter Elley Duhé releases her new track, ‘Can You Touch’ via A Creative Music Group / Columbia Records.

Written by Elley Duhé and produced by Rahki (Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Mac Miller), the track is both poignant and empowering.

‘Can You Touch’ follows the release of ‘Fly’ and Elley’s debut single ‘immortal.’ ‘immortal’ has been streamed 5 million times on Spotify and was met with a fantastic critical reaction upon release, with Billboard stating “[Elley’s] hauntingly beautiful vocals effortlessly flow throughout the track” and VIBE describing, “an electric, hip-hop influenced track that tells a story of empowerment…[with] captivating melodies that will give you goosebumps.”

‘Fly’ showcases Elley’s tremendous vocal talent and raw emotion, which FADER calls, “a groovy, Natasha Bedingfield-style track about freedom from pain” and NYLON proclaims “…starts off like a nostalgic pop trip but grows into a hand-clapping, blissful, R&B-tinged anthem. Duhé is someone to not sleep on.”


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