California's Ashlyn Willson (aka Ashe) is an emotive performer who combines poetic, singer/songwriter pop with electronic flourishes. A native of San Jose, Willson took piano lessons starting at age six and first began writing songs in her teens. After high school, she briefly attended community college before enrolling at Berklee in Boston, where she majored in Contemporary Writing and Production. After graduating, she relocated to Nashville where she quickly found songwriting and production work. However, it was her solo work as Ashe that caught the attention of Swedish DJ Ben Phipps, who then invited her to collaborate on the single "Sleep Alone." The track went viral and helped her land similar work with artists like Shaun Frank, Whethan, and Louis the Child. In 2017, Ashe released her official debut solo single, "Used to It," followed by The Rabbit Hole EP in 2018.
Cheers to your ears.