Former Japanese Idol-Turned-Solo Artist Estelle Fly Debuts Her First English Single "Blue"

Singapore has had rather prominent home-grown musicians. From JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun to The Sam Willows and Sam Rui, the local music scene has improved by leaps and bounds.

An up-and-coming musician is Estelle Fly, a Singapore-based artist who used to be part of the Japanese pop idol scene. In 2010, she was part of girl group MYnT and Japanese anime song idol group Sea*A for 3 years, from 2011 to 2013.

Image Credit: Estelle Fly

Since the disbandment of Sea*A, Estelle Fly has gone solo as a Youtuber and musician, creating and building her own sound – one that she describes as a mix between R&B and Pop.

Her Solo English Debut

On 31 January 2018, Estelle Fly debuted her first English single, “Blue“.

The single, produced by Osaka-based producer Soleil Soleil and Jason Gelchen of Singapore’s Homeground Studios, is a groovy R&B pop track about a girl’s first encounter with unrequited love.

While the song isn’t immediately catchy, it grows on you. We found ourselves humming to the tune of “Blue” in the most random moments and now it’s on loop.

The song is now available on Spotify.

Watch the music video for “Blue” below:

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(Header Image Source: Estelle Fly)

 
 
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