Elen Levon - Wild Child

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Orange Factory Music
Album:
Untitled EP

No, Rihanna doesn’t have a long-lost sister… as far as I know. Though Booth newcomer Elen Levon bears an uncanny vocal resemblance to the Bajan pop songstress, the vast geographical distance between the two (Levon was born in Sydney, Australia, more than 10,000 miles from Barbados) renders family ties very unlikely. In any case, Levon goes a long way towards carving out her own niche on Wild Child, a fresh promo single which finds her outlining her free-spirited life philosophy over bubbly pop boardwork by J. Remy, iLLevn and Jamil ‘digi’ Chammas of Orange Factory Music (aka Jay Sean‘s production team). Director Prad Senanayake‘s official visuals underscore the cut’s breezy feel. Feeling it? Then stay tuned. This summery selection is slated for inclusion on a forthcoming EP, which we’ll keep you posted on in the weeks and months ahead.

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