About Elley Duhé
Singer Elley Duhé is an emotive performer with a cherubically resonant voice she applies to her atmospheric, electronic-based pop. Duhé first garnered attention with her 2017 viral hit "Millennium," before gaining wider attention singing on dance club hits like Gryffin's "Tie Me Down" and Zedd's "Happy Now." Along with her 2018 EP Dragon Mentality, she has continued to release her own songs, including 2019's "Good Die Young" and 2021's "Kids of the Night."
Born in 1992 near Mobile, Alabama, Duhé began singing at a young age and by her teens was writing and performing her own songs. In 2012, she auditioned for, but did not advance on, NBC's The Voice. Undeterred, she continued developing her sound and eventually relocated to Los Angeles. In 2016, she released the moody, yearning single "Immortal," and paired with electronic producer Tarro for the track "Millennium," which became a viral hit, notching over one million streams. The following year, Duhé worked with producers ILLA and Cool & Dre on her follow-up single, "Fly." The bright, poppy track "Can You Touch" appeared in January 2018. That July, she scored an international dance hit singing on Zedd's "Happy Now," which peaked at number eight on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. On the heels of that success, she guested on Gryffin's song "Tie Me Down," which reached number 11 on the Dance Club Songs chart. Also in 2018, she released her debut EP, Dragon Mentality. More stand-alone tracks followed, including 2019's "Good Die Young" and 2020's "Love Me Hard." Another single, "Kids of the Night," arrived in April 2021. ~ Matt Collar
BORNFebruary 14, 1992