Singer Elley Duhé is an emotive performer with a cherubically resonant voice she applies to her atmospheric, electronic-based pop. 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." Also that year, she paired with electronic producer Tarro for the track, "Millennium," which became a viral hit, notching over one million streams on Spotify and YouTube. In 2017, Duhé worked with producers ILLA and Cool & Dre on her follow-up single, "Fly." The bright, poppy single "Can You Touch" appeared in January 2018.