(Los Angeles, CA – November 12, 2021) – Today, multi-talented alt-R&B singer/songwriter Elujay releases his latest single and accompanying video for “Tenfold” from his upcoming album CRKMVNT via AWAL.

Stream/download “Tenfold” HERE.

Watch the video HERE.

Produced by Christian Gregory and Elujay, the infectious track elicits nothing but good vibes. The accompanying video, directed by Jack Paradise, evokes that same easygoing feeling and sees Elujay freely adventuring through picturesque California scenery.

“Tenfold” follows on the heels of his undeniably groovy track Luvaroq” ft. Serpentwithfeet that Billboard hailed “a timeless, laid-back trip, transporting listeners to the LA-based singer’s groovy world,” genre-bending single “1080p”, and early summer release “Frequently,” which received critical praise from Wonderland hailing it a “black joy anthem.” All three tracks will appear on CRKMVNT, out January 21st.

Elujay recently made his debut at New York Fashion Week as he produced/scored all original and unreleased music for the TOMBOGO show, in addition to walking as a model. Read more on this from NYLON. He also recently landed a sync on Sweet Life on HBO Max, which featured his catalog song “Swing Thru” from his album Gems In The Corner Store. Sweet Life is the latest offering from Issa Rae’s new creative studio, Raedio. Check out a clip HERE.

Stay tuned for more music and news soon…

About Elujay

Elujay is a multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer/director hailing from Oakland, CA. Crafting his sound from influences spanning alternative, R&B, jazz, and soul, the prolific 25-year-old artist is a living embodiment of what it means to seamlessly vacillate between multiple genres while still maintaining your foundational sound. Elujay released his first project, Jentrify, in 2016, an ode to the ongoing displacement of Black folks in the Bay Area and a love letter to his hometown, Oakland. Jentrify was released to much fanfare, resulting in a sold-out show in Oakland and an award from The East Bay Express for “Best Protest Song” for “Soul Food” featuring rising Chicago rapper, Saba. Elujay followed up Jentrify with his second release, Adojio, a dreamy R&B and Soul-drenched EP that highlighted his ability to push his sound to elevated boundaries. Adojio opened doors in both the sync and touring worlds, giving him his first TV placement in “Dear, White People” on Netflix with “Starchild,” “Spaceships” featured on “Queen Of The South” and setting him off on his first headline tour which included sold-out dates in New York and Oakland.


Photo Credit: Justin Dakdouk