Jay Elle brings warmth, spirit, charisma, and passion through his acoustic pop melodies that are mixed and mastered with a plethora of intriguing details right from the guitar-driven instruments to the vocal fascination as he smoothly rides over the pop elements in his natural tasteful vocals that will always grab the attention of any listener. His interest in music wasn’t piqued until his friends showed him how to pull strings on his guitar and he was bought a guitar present by his aunt. This was then followed by joining a music school and a band where he was immersed right into the alluring world of blues, jazz, rock, and pop and with the same injected passion, he moved into the USA in New York to make a name for himself as a musician. His stay has seen him escalate to professional levels, even affording him the opportunity to work with some of the prominent figures in the entertainment industry and he is now gaining popularity not just in the US but outside of it as more and more listeners become accustomed to his certified and powerful ballads.
The making of “Ride the Wave” album was the best thing to happen during the pandemic and this album is a welcome inspiration especially in these tough times as Jay Elle digs deep into his musical soul to remind us why we are humans and the responsibility that comes with it including living and enjoying life despite the many setbacks. Nothing lasts forever and that includes the tough times- meanwhile, you have to live and create your own happy moments in the process.
The single “Miss Mess” from the same album is a pop staple that jumps in right from the intro with the dazzling instrumental play spreading warmth and positive energy as the bass rhythms integrate with efficient order with the punchy drums, the endearing keyboard swings, and the heartwarming guitar euphonies. His powerful voice shimmers through the moment in all the possible delightful ways as he showcases great vocal control and designs what feels like a falsetto in his own voice to create magic and compel a listener.
This is bliss with more than 53.7 K Spotify streams and can be best enjoyed over a beach somewhere as you marvel at the ocean with the sun extending across the full length of some pure clouds- the speakers thumping with “Miss Mess”, the heart beating and the feet tapping to the beats! Follow the attached link and let Jay Elle wash away your agonies.
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