Introducing the soulful sounds of singer-songwriter Jesse Elvis and his debut single, ‘Paint the Picture,’ a bassy blues influenced anthem boosted by Jesse’s strong edgy chords. ‘Paint the Picture’ is lifted from the upcoming EP of the same name, set for release July 7, 2017 via Grimey Limey.
Signed to Radio 1/1Xtra DJ, Charlie Sloth’s label, Grimey Limey, Jesse Elvis’s distinctive soulful tones could easily be mistaken for a Motown artist resembling the classic sounds the label is known for with a contemporary 2017 spin.
Jesse can recently been seen in the studio hatching his own bluesy cover mash ups with covers of James Blake ‘Retro Grade’, Rae Sremmurd ‘Black Beatles’ and acoustic of Emilie Sandé ‘Easier in Bed’ with 90’s soul kings, Dru Hill showcasing his guitar skills.
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North London raised Jesse started experimenting and producing his own music from a young age fostereds by a musical consumption including Little Richard, Elvis, Notorious B.I.G, DMX and Aaliyah. Expanding into the UK underground in his teens, he became heavily influenced by jungle, grime and garage.
Now, the self-taught multi-talented producer and vocalist can be heard performing and touring globally with high profile UK acts including Plan B, Paloma Faith, Wretch32, Stormzy and Skepta.