Jade Ell is a Swedish artist and songwriter located in Stockholm, Sweden.
I believe in listening.
I believe in poetry.
When the words can summon up all ignored and hushed down cries and make
I believe in the voice, when you sense the soul of the messenger.
I believe in silence that speaks of insights and can bring us together.
I believe in music. I believe it is that healing force.
The songs are the tools for getting us through the day.
I need to write them to make sense of my Life.
I want to sing and play them:
- to touch the heart of someone about to give up…
- to feel connected to the creative Universe...
- to be a part of that symphony and add my melodies
and reflections that can be of comfort and inspiration for others.
I want to be a flare of hope lighting up and building up - not tearing down horizons.
So think a beautiful thought out loud. And make it a masterpiece.
A journey on the seven seas.
"Go silent, go gentle Let go of resentment
And all our triumphs outnumber
but only, only if we let them…."
As the co-writer of "Feliz Cumpleanos" (orig. title: "Happy Worstday"), she has
participated on albums that have sold over 5 million albums worldwide. Jade has also been awarded by STIM, The Swedish Performing Right’s Society, as well
as by SKAP (The Swedish Society of Songwriters, Composers and Authors) and her songs have been recorded by various international artists, such as RBD
(Rebeldes), #1 at Billboard Top Latin Album Charts (Mexico). Her debut album, “Promises and Prayers” was released all around Europe by Edel Records.
The very first single "Got to Let You Go" was designated “Record of the Week" by Tip Sheet magazine in the UK, and generated top club remixes and received
significant airplay in the US. It also reached #1 on Sweden’s national radio P3 and #3 on Denmark’s national radio P3, where she was nominated Best
Newcomer on their Pop Shop Awards show.
Her second solo album "Methods (of a hostage negotiator)", (EMI DK) was a collaboration with the Swedish
producer Mats Hedström and two of the songs were featured in the Danish movie called "Den Store Dag" (eng.transl: "The Big Day"). The collaboration
between these two songwriters has now resulted in the new folk pop act: Tiny Tornado. Their debut album "Echoes & Rhymes" was released in March 2013.
Jade’s own third solo album "Mourning This Morning" with the project name “Ellen” was the first one with Jade as the producer herself.
Now it’s time for a her own EP, called “The Battle Is An Art”. The songs keep coming and they need their own space and outlet.
Jade Ell is also a member of: Band Of Jade, and the Swedish artrock band: Xanima, that has recently released their second album "Prototype: Homo Sapiens",
which is also the title of their unique live show. Jade is also writing for many new exciting uprising artists, such as Dotter and Clara Mae - to name a few.