California native, Ashe has been turning heads with her balance of modern-day pop writing and vintage vocals. A graduate in composition & production from world renowned Berklee College of Music, Ashe gained international exposure as a songwriter and jazz vocalist. She quickly gained notoriety in the electronic space after collaborating with the likes of Louis the Child, Whethan, Shaun Frank, Ben Phipps, Party Pupils, Big Gigantic and co-writing the Demi Lovato single “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore”. Ashe accumulated more than 316M streams, 9 #1 Hype Machines in a row and had multiple tracks featured on Spotify’s Viral Charts (US, UK, Spain). Ashe’s solo career kicked off with her first single “Used To It”, released in 2017 via Mom+Pop Music, accumulating 14.6M streams.
Her subsequent EP The Rabbit Hole was premiered by Milk, who dubbed the record “a strong foundation for what will undoubtedly be a repertoir of music that insightfully explores emotion and the ups-and-downs of the human experience.” The Rabbit Hole has garnered over 18M streams. Live performances include Coachella with Big Gigantic and tours alongside The Chainsmokers, Shaun Frank, Whethan, LAUV, Louis the Child, Lewis Capalidi, Hobo Johnson, Quinn XCII and more.
Ashe made her splash in 2019 with the two part release, Moral of the Story: Chapter I and II. Ashe was selected as one of Amazon’s 2019 Artists to Watch, had a major sync in Taco Bell advertising and received press support from The New York Times, Teen Vogue and more. The single “Moral of the Story” was featured in the Netflix original film To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, which launched Ashe’s career into pop mainstream.
Following the momentum from Moral of the Story: Chapter I and II, Ashe reached new heights with two stunning collaborations: “Moral of the Story” (feat. Niall Horan) and “Till Forever Falls Apart” with FINNEAS. As “Moral of the Story” was co-produced and co-written by FINNEAS, it’s no surprise they teamed up to work on “Till Forever Falls Apart”. With widespread positive critical reception, the two went on to perform the collaboration on American Idol, the TODAY Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Sirius XM, and other notable programs.
Ashe released her debut album Ashlyn in 2021. With editorial support from Rolling Stone, Variety, Clash, Billboard, Stereogum, and other outlets, Ashlyn delivered the most poignant performances from Ashe while the world was watching. She turned the page to another chapter of her story with new singles “Another Man’s Jeans” and “Hope You’re Not Happy.” Hinting a larger body of work was to come with the release of “Angry Woman,” Ashe shook things up and announced her sophomore album Rae. On Rae, which includes the pop ballad “Shower With My Clothes On” and carefree tracks “Emotional” and “omw,” we hear Ashe simultaneously embodying her most confident and vulnerable self yet. And oh, by the way – the only collaboration on Ashe’s sophomore album? None other than her lifetime hero Diane Keaton, who duets with Ashe on “Love Is Letting Go”.