There may be no love in the jungle, but we’re feeling a lot of love for Elley Duhé’s debut solo single “immortal,” premiering exclusively on Billboard.
Backed by deep bass mixed with a synth-laced instrumental, Duhé’s hauntingly beautiful vocals effortlessly flow throughout the track and tell the story of navigating through life’s challenges and growing in the process. Crooning powerful lyrics like “Somebody tell us we will lose/ not me and my crew,” she makes the listener feel a sense of strength and empowerment.
Speaking about the track, Duhé says,“’immortal’ isn’t about living forever in a literal sense, it’s about never dying mentally, and about human resiliency, loyalty, pushing through life’s darkest moments and emerging with even more strength than you had before. It’s about knowing your value even if you’re at rock bottom, and, most importantly, it’s about the people who truly fight with you, for you, and beside you when everyone else is nowhere to be found.”
The 24-year-old independent artist from Alabama isn’t new to releasing powerful music. On Oct. 30 this year, she also teamed up with Tarro to release “Millenium.”
Listen to “immortal” below: