Music Industry News Network [02-27-2014]
CeeLo And Damian Marley Collaborate With Breakout UK Artist Juliette Ashby
“Her voice is special. It is instantly hypnotic and instantly memorable.” – Perez Hilton
“Flawless! Blew me away.” – Kiss FM Breakfast Show
“Juliette took me by surprise with her captivating performance and soulful voice. If you get the chance to see her, don’t turn it down, you won’t regret it!“ – Livemusic.fm
“ Fans of smooth Reggae and R&B sounds will have the urge to hear more of Juliette – her live performance is one unique experience. Thumbs up!” – Cent Magazine
Juliette Ashby is a British singer-songwriter and potent synthesis of R&B, Reggae and Neo-Soul. With a captivating voice enveloped in soothing harmonies, she draws on her heartaches and real life events to pen commanding poignant lyrics. Juliette Ashby has grabbed life by the horns and is boldly riding out the rest of her journey. With a steep learning curve, her artistic upbringing matured, allowing her soulful foundation to embrace her dedicated musical drive.
Personally picked by Amy Winehouse to be on her record label, Juliette has remained persistent with her music career and garnered support from BBC Radio and TV shows such as BBC 1Xtra and MTV. Due to repeat demand, she has secured a licensing deal with VH1 to feature her music on the prime-time TV shows Mob Wives, Single Ladies and Basketball Wives.
Currently recording new material, including collaborations with industry juggernauts Da Brat, Mike Kalombo (So So Def),Graham Marsh (Cee-Lo), Wayne Beckford, Blac Elvis (Beyoncé, Usher), Novel (Alicia Keys, Ciara), Hardwork & Mavelle (Damian Marley & Sean Paul), her debut album BitterSweet is due out later this year.
2014 will also see Juliette performing live at SXSW in Austin, TX, numerous world renown music festivals, and of course, her own Camden Town residency at the Jazz Cafe in London.
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