Anjulie

Anjulie is a Juno Award-winning, platinum selling, Canadian, Guyanese, Indian singer/songwriter and producer from Toronto.  Anjulie has written and collaborated with Diplo, Zedd, Boombox Caretl, Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj, Icona Pop and Benny Benassi, to name a few.  Her music has been featured on HBO, ABC, NBC and MTV and she received an MTV Video Music Award nomination for “Best Breakout Video Of The Year.”

Her singles “Brand New Bitch” and “You and I” were Canadian radio hits garnering her a Juno award for Best Dance single of the year and her online fanbase has been growing steadily resonating internationally with 100k cross platform followers from everywhere from Baghdad to Brazil.

On her days off, Anjulie writes an editorial series with VICE called “Chicks Who Write Hits” and is part of an army of female songwriters called SVNG, Songwriters Under New Government.  She is also a supporter of Canadian Woman’s Foundation and UN Women who both used her self-produced song “Dragonflies” for their Violence Against Women campaign.

Anjulie’s forthcoming single “Emotional” will leave you feeling just that (out April 21 via Nettwerk Records).  As part of the single’s release, Anjulie collaborated with rising talent Justice Skolnik, who is mostly inspired by deep house grooves, to create an alternative version of the song.  She also co-produced an acoustic version of the song with Devin Hoffman and Eric Scullin.