The New hit single from Elle Trema titled “Don’t Cry” from her latest EP “Soundz Of Upliftment” speaks on the importance of addressing domestic violence and not staying silent as there’s always help and a brighter future. Born in the parish of Clarendon, Elle Trema moved and grew up in Kingston Jamaica. It was there that her musical talents began with the inspiration of famous reggae artist, Louie Culture. Elle Trema then moved to Canada and pursued her musical passion. She was the President and Youth Coordinator of Rowntree Arts Society, an organization, working with children and the elderly.
Elle Trema then became the CEO of Anit Zen Production and has done production for work such as ‘How Can I Achieve It’, ‘Chance for Life’ and ‘Rum Bar’. Naming a few events, she has performed at Jamaica Day in Toronto and Montreal, Jam Day in Ottawa and the Rasta Day Celebration in Toronto. Trema has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with well-known Reggae musicians including Ghost, Leroy Gibbons, Josey Wales, Brigadier Jerry, Baby Cham, Kafinal, Blessed, Johnny Osbourne, Ras Penco, Mikey Dangerous, Gaza Slim, Tony Curtis and Jigsy King, Professor Nuts, Pinchers, Nadine Sutherland, Romain Virgo, Macka Diamond and Well-known Soca artist Alison Hinds. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org| elletrema.com | (647) 267-4362 | @elletrema