Eliza Lee has released her catchy debut single, “Boo.” The singer-songwriter and social media influencer’s debut single is a song that will surely capture the hearts of those that understand the heartache that comes with being apart from someone. This is the perfect track to play when you wish your “Boo” was by your side.
“Boo” is an anthem for those that find themselves wanting to reduce the distance between someone whether it be a long-distance relationship or a relationship that is just getting started. Whether it’s a first date or a long-term relationship, physical distance can put a strain on your relationship. The track expresses the yearning to just be with that person and the willingness to do whatever it takes to keep the flame alive in their relationship. Eliza calming yet forceful vocals keep you hooked while the cool and catchy beat keeps you hitting that repeat button. Lee wrote with Grammy winner, Phillip White (Snoop dog, JoJo) Mika Lett (P. Diddy, Avril Lavigne, Macy Gray). The track was produced with Brian Watters and two-time Grammy-nominated Masa Takumi (Trey Songz, Da Pump).
The release of this track leads up to the release of her first self-titled EP. Collaborators will include Trackheads (Snoop Dog, Trey Songz) Tyler Scott (Beyonce, Nikki) Dale Becker (Khalid, Zac White and Matt Wiggers “Tokyo” (Real Life, TVXQ!) and pop artist/ director George Maple (DJ Snake, Flume, Hayden James) Nicole Kohen (Meghan Trainor, Ryan Tedder) and more. The EP is set to release sometime in Spring 2020.
Eliza Lee has been writing and singing throughout her entire life, despite not growing up around any musicians. The Australian singer’s witty lyrics and addictive melodies caught the attention of an LA manager, who introduced her to some of the biggest writers and producers in the music industry. Eliza has since left her previous management agency and has found her own path as an independent artist. She is currently working with Kobalt Music Publishing (Pitbull, ZAYN, Lionel Richie, Sam Smith, Dua Lipa) and is constantly in-studio sessions, developing her own sound as well as writing with other artists/producers.