American singer-songwriter Elley Duhé was born in Alabama and raised in Mississippi. She gets her musical flair from her musician father and uncles who are present in the New Orleans music scene. Duhé touched a guitar for the first time at the age of 14 and began her career the following year singing in coffee shops and eventually in bars, restaurants and private parties.
Duhé had collaborated on many songs such as "Millennium" with electronic producer Tarro but perhaps her most noted collaborations are with Russian-German music producer Zedd on the single "Happy Now" and with Gryffin for the single "Tie Me Down".
Billboard premiered her single "Immortal" in December 2016 gaining 4.5 million streams on Spotify and the video hit nearly a million views on YouTube. She recently released an EP titled DRAGON MENTALITY with lead single "WAY DOWN LOW".