It began with the EP titled Just Landed released by Dug Out Productions and distributed worldwide. Just Landed gained interest in Japan from record company Avex Inc. leading to Elisha signing a major recording deal with Avex Inc. as a recording artiste.
The debut album Her Name Is was released and included the instant hit song named I Maybe Single.
After much success with the debut album the self titled album Elisha La’Verne was released. Elisha went on to have seven further album releases, which involved various projects and collaborations – Elisha’s Not At Home, the single taken from the album Elisha La’Verne was included on the soundtrack for German film St Pauli Nacht and a duet which Elisha wrote for Fuzzy (Something For The People) herself named So Real. The Change Your Way album included a collaboration with Marc Nelson named That’s All I Want along with the single Change Your Way which was the soundtrack for the Sony Playstation game Persona Eternal Punishment. Elisha went on to perform a duet with Maxi Priest of the classic song originally performed by Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack Back Together Again on Maxi Priest’s album Combination.
After Elisha’s brief sabbatical from the music scene she released a 5 track EP entitled 10K Above consisting of the great production skills of 2B3 Productions, DJ Devastate, Broken Clone and Subliminal.
Elisha went on to sign a recording deal with Star Base, a record company based in Tokyo Japan and went on to release her 7th album 361 Degrees in Japan which debuted at number 2 in the iTunes charts.
Elisha returned back to London from her sell out 361 Degrees live tour in Osaka & Tokyo, Japan and will release her 5 track EP The Agenda in February ‘19 which will be followed by the planning process and further writing for her 9th album project AOBset for release in Summer of ‘19.