Singer-songwriter Ella Eyre burst onto the music scene back in 2013 when she featured on the number one single, Waiting All Night, with Rudimental – which went on to win the BRIT award for best British single. She’s since toured the world, releasing hits like If I Go, Gravity, Came Here for Love and Just Got Paid and is now back with new material, most of which was written and recorded in Jamaica. We talk about her Maltese and Jamaican heritage, her obsession with Asian cuisine, the time she nearly became a professional swimmer, and her once in a lifetime performance on Richard Branson’s private island.
- Barcelona, Spain
- Necker Island, British Virgin Islands
- Frenchman’s Cove, Jamaica
- Four Seasons Langkawi, Malaysia
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Kanada-Ya restaurant, London
- Sticks & Sushi restaurant, London
- La Clusaz, France
- Montreal, Canada
- Singapore Grand Prix
Ella Eyre’s fabulous new single, Mama is out now on Island Records.
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This is episode was produced by Holly Rubenstein
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