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Ghanaian-Canadian Singer Luna Elle Makes Her “Crazy” Amapiano Debut

Ghanaian-Canadian 17-year-old singer, Luna Elle has made waves as a rising star in the Americas over the past three years. Born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario to a Ghanaian mother and a Canadian father, Luna’s relationship with the arts was nurtured from her toddler years.

After junior school (elementary school), Luna Elle applied to a local arts school given her interest in music and fine art. While studying, she grew out of her shell as she received vocal training among other creative disciplines. As a high school senior (matriculant), Luna’s artistry has developed into rich vocal capabilities and a strong penchant for songwriting.

Her musical influences include the R&B greats of her younger years and today, such as Brandy, Toni Braxton, Jazmine Sullivan, and Beyoncé. In 2021, after her debut EP, L.O.V.E (Loss Of Valuable Energy), Luna’s voice drew the attention of NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal, Alie Gatie and others. Dubbed as being “next up”, Luna Elle has set her sights on broadening her musical horizons by exploring South Africa’s latest cultural export, amapiano. Listen to “Crazy” below.

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