ellesse has launched the new initiative ‘Make it Music’. In partnership with Metropolis Studios, the brand has created a series of monthly studio sessions that have been filmed and recorded for distribution across press, social media and online.
Gavin Newman, Metropolis Events and Content Director stated: “Metropolis Studios has always been at the forefront of supporting great talent, so it’s very exciting when a brand like ellesse shows a down to earth commitment towards helping spread the music.”
Metropolis Studios is known globally as the world’s No.1 independent recording studio. Around 50% of the UK Top 40 is recorded, mixed, mastered or creatively treated in the iconic complex. Renowned acts including Queen, Michael Jackson, Madonna and the Rolling Stones have worked with Metropolis Studios throughout the years.”
Once a month, Make it Music will release two music artists simultaneously to feature in exclusive interviews, live performances and bespoke content. The variety of music artists will include a range of unsigned, break-through acts as well as more established, recognised talent.
Singer Songwriter Nina Nesbitt
Singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt is back with a brand new bang. Having spent the last two years growing artistically and carving her own identity, Nina’s music has evolved from its acoustic roots to produce heartfelt tracks that are her most honest reflection yet.
Born in Edinburgh, half-Scottish/half-Swedish Nina began uploading videos to YouTube from her bedroom at the age of 17. Her music grabbed the industry’s attention when she charted at No.21 in the UK top 40 with her first single ‘Stay Out’.
Since returning back to music after some time out, it’s been an exciting few years in the world of Nina. She’s supported the likes of Justin Beiber on stage in Hong Kong, her YouTube channel alone has cultivated over 32 Million views and to top it off she’s serving as a role model to young women everywhere, having spoken on the issue of body image at the Women in the World summit.
All content and full interview can be read on the Ellesse Blog