Cross-Genre Expressive Musical Artist Elijah Liguè Set to Launch Hot New Single “One More Time with You”

Liguè is a multi-talented musician who has been performing for most of his life.

Fort Wayne, Indiana – Cross-genre and expressive musical artist, Elijah Liguè, is pleased to announce he is about to launch his most anticipated single to date, “One More Time with You.”

Based in Indiana, Elijah Liguè is a renowned singer, producer, songwriter, rapper, poet, and pianist who is continuing to pursue his career in song writing, song production, and performing at live events across the nation.  Liguè has been immersed in the world of music since the age of eight, when he first discovered his passion.

“I was blessed to have found my passion for music at such a young age,” says Liguè.  “I spent many years developing my musical talents and exploring different sounds, types of music, and immersing myself as much as possible.  I loved music so much, in fact, that I turned down a track scholarship so I could pursue music writing and production.  My heart literally beats to the sound of music.”

Recently, Liguè finished writing and producing his latest up-and-coming single, “One More Time with You.” 

“I wrote the song for a girl I fell in love with,” explains Liguè.  “She made me feel complete in every way. It shows my heart, and a love for someone that I have never felt before. In my eyes, it explains what the meaning of love is.”

“One More Time with You”  follows a line of highly successful releases by Liguè, including “We Can Rock the World,” “Only Son,” “The Moment,” and his EP, “Twisted.”

 “I am so incredibly proud of ‘One More Time with You’,” states Liguè.  “I feel it really speaks to the essence of my life experiences and I hope my music will inspire others.  I’m so passionate about sharing my work with the world and I am confident it will be widely well-received.”

Though he has suffered many hardships in his life, Liguè lives with an admirable abundance of hope.  Through writing and releasing his music, Liguè desires to make a positive change in the world and to inspire others who may be struggling.

Liguè’s work can be streamed on Apple Music, Soundcloud, Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, and YouTube.

For more information about Liguè, please visit https://elijahligue.com/.

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About Elijah Liguè

Elijah Liguè was born in Bloomington, IN and graduated from Lighthouse Christian Academy in 2019.  During his time at the Academy, Liguè participated in both basketball and varsity track.

Liguè has studied artists from pre-genre eras in order to capture an in-depth knowledge of their styles, adapting his music with mentoring artists to help his music take on an artful twist.

Media Contact: 

Elijah Liguè

ElijahLiguè.com

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812-219-6810

journeyofelijah@gmail.com

https://elijahligue.com/

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