alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
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alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
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alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
Proudly sponsored by UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
Proudly sponsored by UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
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UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
Proudly sponsored by
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
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UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
alex mills.
Hailing from Leeds and now residing in London, Alex Mills’ is one of the UK’s most unique singers: an electronic music specialist who has fast become the go-to collaborator for many of the world’s foremost producers. In the last few years Alex has featured on dance records from some of the biggest dance music artists, including Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, Chris Lorenzo, Joey Negro and Sonny Fodera, solidified herself as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world and leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag. Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit stateside. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later… UK TV show, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep and Wretch 32 as well as trip hop legend Tricky. She has also recently collaborated with Tobtok, DJ S.K.T, Tough Love & Kideko as well as penning tracks for Camelphat and A*M*E. 2017 was without doubt her biggest year to date, as she released her debut solo single “Be Somebody” via U.S dance heavyweight label Ultra Music and further established an incredibly fruitful collaborative relationship with one of the UK’s biggest artists; Jonas Blue with their record together ‘Don’t Call It Love’, while also signing a worldwide publishing deal with electronic hit-makers Ministry Of Sound.
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