Canadian vocalist and songwriter RIELL recently released her impressive debut album, an eight-song outing entitled Paradise.
The album’s title track is a mesmerizing, trap-inflected bop that enlists rhyme spitter M.I.M.E for the perfect complement in verse form.
RIELL is an internationally touring, top-40 artist who’s rapidly allotted tens of millions of streams less than two years into the fruition of her project.
With solo cuts like “Over The Edge” that have received praise from the likes of EDM.com for “powerful songwriting and great sonics,” she’s also made serious inroads as a topline vocalist while working with big names like Besomorph and Ezgod, to name a few.
It’s all a natural progression for a heavily awarded artist who’s received the grand prize in the John Lennon Songwriting competition’s electronic category and first prize in the USA Songwriting Competition’s electronic category, among a host of other successes.
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