Aura III Elhae
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- 1Fun Fact03:42
- 2My City03:10
- 3U Know02:52
- 6Cold (Interlude)01:43
- 7Only One03:20
- 8Sick Of Playing03:07
- 9In My Corner03:08
- 10I Can See03:27
- 11Fun Fact Ballad01:35
Info for Aura III
ELHAE is not new to this game. Born in North Dakota, the singer/songwriter inhabited the same lane of acts such as Ty Dolla $ign, PARTYNEXTDOOR and ILoveMakonnen in the mid 2010s, lacing rich, trap production with impassioned ballads. Aura III, ELHAE’s most recent offering, is arriving just over a week after “My City” featuring Masego which has only continued to gain momentum. In the years since ELHAE’s debut, the artist has maintained a remarkable consistency without falling into any tropes or stale sounds.
North Dakota-born and Georgia-raised singer, artist, and visionary ELHAE approaches R&B like a film director would, choosing every element carefully, ensuring an intricate level of cohesion, and building his own world. Since catching fire in 2015 on the independent Aura EP, he worked towards eventually architecting such a world. The follow-up All Have Fallen yielded fan favorites such as “Doesn’t Matter” [feat Kehlani] and “Needs,” which clocked 10 million-plus Spotify streams. In between, he garnered glowing praise from the likes of The Fader, Billboard, Vibe, The Source, and more as Sprite named him among its P.O.U.R. (Purveyors of Urban Reality) program. The 2017 sequel to Aura—Aura II EP—boasted “Drama,” “Something,” and the popular “Bang Your Line” [feat. Ty Dolla $ign]. The latter ignited 10.5 million Spotify streams and counting. Meanwhile, he lent his voice to high-profile collaborations with Lecrae, Eric Bellinger, and many others in addition to supporting blackbear on tour.
2018 saw him grace the stage of Coachella for the first time in front of 40,000 fans as he diligently worked on new tunes in Los Angeles, Miami, and Atlanta. Inspired by childhood favorite albums such as 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, he developed an airtight vision with a detailed plotline for his next release. In 2019, the vision unfolds over the course of his twelve-track conceptual project, Trouble In Paradise [Atlantic Records], introduced by the intoxicating first single “Hennessy.” His sound is about to blow up on the biggest canvas possible now.
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