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From pop rock gospel to “1-800-Amor”, Elise on working with Red Rat

Elise, a young blonde girl relaxes on top of her bed.

“Ring, Ring!”, success is calling new talent, Elise.


The singer-songwriter, who was born in Miami (seems like the Magic City is the perfect birthplace for big stars, Jason Derulo, Ken Jones, Pitbull…should we go on?), to Cuban parents, started her career when she was 12 years old and began writing pop rock gospel songs.


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However, her new single “1-800-Amor” featuring rapper Red Rat, and produced by Grammy award winning producer Maffio, wasn’t inspired by a higher power.


“It’s about a guy who may like you but doesn’t know how to tell you, so you’re giving him a push by asking him to call your love line,” she said, in an interview with Press Pass Latino Reporter Jackie Diaz, who caught up with her to talk about her latest single and upcoming projects.

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Fun Fact: Elise plays the guitar and the Ukelele.
For more entertainment news follow @presspasslatino on Facebook and Instagram. For more on Elise and her music follow @elise on Instagram and  Facebook @thisisElise. You can also check out www.thisiselise.com


Jaclyn Diaz holds a BA in Mass Communications from Florida International University. She worked at WSVN Channel 7 for five years and covered entertainment events for Deco Drive. Jackie has contributed articles to 53-weeks.com; a mom blog, ExclusiveAcess.net and OurBrickell.com. She's now freelancing as a reporter. You can keep up with Jackie on Instagram @jackie_sd

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