Elle Varner left 2018 with two single releases under her belt: She gifted fans with the modern throwback “Casanova” and the enticing music video for "Loving U Blind." Now, the Grammy-Award winning R&B artist returns with the emotional new single, "Pour Me," featuring rapper Wale. "Let's make a deal, 'cause I ain't ballin' / Can we keep it real? 'Cause I hate stallin' / Clock's tickin' [More]
Grammy-Award winning R&B artist Elle Varner entices us with a new music video for "Loving U Blind," her latest studio single. In the visual, the singer and songwriter is captured on stage in a restaurant with an acoustic guitar as she delivers heartfelt and vulnerable vocals. Earlier this year (February 2018), Varner gifted fans with the modern throwback "Casanova," and with this new release, she plans to continue her latest musical journey with a [More]
Elle Varner returns to Singersroom with a new gem. Dubbed a modern throwback by Elle herself, "Casanova" features lush vocals, sublime synths, and romantic beats. The single is Elle's gift to her awaiting fans on her birthday (February 13th). The singer teamed up with Nascent & Epikh Pro to produce the soulful single. Known for sharing past experiences through her [More]
Press Play! Producer Salaam Remi Returns With Three New Songs Featuring Elle Varner, Mack Wilds, & BJ The Chicago Kid
Celebrated producer Salaam Remi has a lot of music to give. The renowned music maker has released Do It For The Culture, a lengthy project featuring new artists/groups he's signed, as well as songs he's produced/curated featuring more well-known artists such as BJ The Chicago Kid, Elle Varner, and Mack Wilds.
Where has Elle Varner been? She's been busy working on her third studio album, and to promote, she plans on headlining Nema’s Boom Boom Room (NBBR) monthly music showcase on Monday, February 29th at Drom in New York City..
Elle Varner taps G-Unit boss 5-Cent for her latest single, "Birthday," a kinky record about sexually rewarding your lover.
On the biographical offering, the singer-songwriter drops conscious bars about the social challenges face by a black female.
Like a public announcement for relationships, Elle Varner asks, âItâs nine oâclock on Sunday night, do you know where your man is?â
Elle Varner takes the artistic route in the music video for her single "Cold Case." The clip preys on visual metaphors to deliver the message of that song, which reminds us that love isn't always warm and fuzzy.
Elle Varner remixes her sassy single "Don't Wanna Dance," speeding up the tempo to make you really rethink the song's title.