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Montreal based singer-songwriter Eli Rose has just shared a brand new record — marking her debut with Universal Music Canada and the first-ever Francophone artist signed to new Canadian imprint Maison Barclay Canada.

Rose began writing love songs a few years ago — translating them into energetic pop anthems inspired by the Montreal music scene.

“I started writing the album after attending SOCAN’s Kenekt Song Camp in 2016 where I had the opportunity to meet talented producers,” says Rose. “This experience propelled me to write candid, intimate pop music on my favourite subject, love. I wrote this record as if I was writing a love letter. It’s an emotional personal album ripe with vulnerability that is so unique yet so universal.”

Collaborators on her new record include Banx & Ranx and Francophone rapper FouKi. Rose — who has been experimenting with her sound for the last 10 years — has had the pleasure of collaborating with industry heavyweights such as Ruffsound (Koriass, Loud, Zaho), DRMS (Ariane Moffat, Fanny Bloom), Realmind (Loud, Allie X), Banx & Ranx (Sean Paul, Ella Eyre), June Nawakii (Nicki Minaj), Billboard (Britney Spears, Shakira) and Mike Clay (Robotaki, Clay and Friends) and more.

Rose produced a single back in 2017 titled “Soleil,” which launched her into the BDS Top 10, marking her as an emerging artist of considerable talent. For her self-titled record, Rose promises to live it up and, above all, to remain as unique as ever.

Tracklist:

1. Tôt ou tard
2. Origami (Feat. FouKi)
3. Carrousel
4. Vertige
5. Demi-tour
6. Emmène-moi
7. Jamais Jamais
8. HLL
9. Avalanche
10. Dis-moi

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4 stars