LueAset | Push Up (a.k.a Hula Hoop)

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Push Up (a.k.a Hula Hoop)

by LueAset

African Spiritual Dance
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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Artist Bio: LueAset has always had a love for music ever since entering this dimension. Originally born in Montreal Quebec, LueAset began singing at age 4 and became addicted ever since. Her musical environment filled with Calypso, Reggae, underground Hip Hop, Jazz, R&B, Retro, and 80’s & 90’s rock heavily began influencing her young mind. At age 9, she was chosen to be one of the lead singers in Revival Our Temple’s youth choir. The choir traveled to many churches in Ontario and throughout the northeast sides of the United States. A few years later, LueAset began playing the string bass at Windfields Junior High. There she learned to play classical music for 3 years. At 17 years old, she had the opportunity of singing the Black National anthem for Black Prom. In 2005, she became the lead singer and songwriter of an already successful alternative/hip hop band called the Oracy. The 5-piece band preformed at many trendy spots within Toronto’s club district, like the Reverb nightclub, Colony Hotel, Kathedral and The Opera House opening for Zygote, and many others. That same year, LueAset landed the spot as Electra and Mungojerry for the musical CATS by Andrew Lloyd Webber; produced by Marquee Productions. They performed at the Vaughn City playhouse and the Newmarket Theater. By the time LueAset had completed her role in Cats, she began working with the talented Damion “Matic” Hill, owner of Rokwon Music. The pair began recording projects on a regular basis and this was the chance for LueAset to continue in her artistic writing skills once again. In 2007, LueAset, teamed up with Ryosei, a Japanese indie director and producer, and made her first indie video for her single “I wanna be your girl”, which was in regular rotation on Urban and College radio stations. The following year, LueAset had the opportunity of making a second video for her song “Just a day”. Between 2009 and 2010, LueAset completed her third video for her single “Push Up”. Currently, LueAset is a Civil Engineering technology graduate and is continuing to pursue her passion in music. She had the experience of working along side great independent talent such as herself; recording engineer Damion “Matic” Hill, Frozen State, members of the Oracey, graphic designer Sanja Williams- Hill, the late musician Eric Lea of Guitars Not Guns and many other successful underground artists such as herself, to create a solid foundation. For LueAset, this journey and thirst for musical blood will never end.



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