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My Five Favourite Songs - Lia Elise

Cape Town Based - Lia Elise - Delivers a Message of Hope and Resilience 'I WILL SING' : A Dynamic Collaboration With RADA

Lia Elise's latest single, 'I Will Sing', resonates as a poignant anthem of resilience and empowerment, underscored by her soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics. Collaborating with RADA has added a unique dimension to her sound, elevating the track to new heights of creativity and artistry. With its universal appeal and unwavering message of hope, 'I Will Sing' stands as a testament to the transformative power of music. Lia's storytelling prowess shines through as she navigates themes of perseverance and triumph over adversity, making the track a compelling addition to her repertoire.

Now, in an exclusive interview with Lia Elise, we delve deeper into the inspiration behind her music and the collaborative process with RADA. From her early beginnings in Cape Town to her aspirations for the future, Lia shares insights into her creative journey and the stories behind her most memorable songs. Join us as we uncover the passion, dedication, and artistry that define Lia Elise's musical endeavours.


His name is Jesus by Jeremy Riddle 

Artist: Jeremy Riddle

Released: 2022

Album: Live in the Prayer Room

Lia Elise: I love this song purely because my relationship with God is the most important thing in my life. The love of Jesus has changed my life completely and this song encapsulates so beautifully who He is. In a musical sense, I love big orchestral sounds. This song also builds so powerfully, and chosen melody and production of this song invokes deep emotion. 


No one like you by Jonathan Ogden 

Artist: Jonathan Ogden

Album: Future Forever

Featured artist: John Mark Pantana

Released: 2022

Lia Elise: Again, the lyrics of this song mean a lot to me. Having a relationship with the one true God of the universe is a thing I will never get over. I also love the production of this song. Jonathan has such a talent when it comes to layering harmonies. The piano in this song is beautifully light and emotional and I wish more songs used the harp because it is divine!! 


Enthroned by Courtney Riley & John Wilds

Released: 2023

Artist: Courtney Raley & John Wilds

Album: Enthroned

Lia Elise: Now this is an epic song. I think that a lot of people have the misconception that worship music (although it really isn’t a genre of music) is always slow and dreary. This song I think breaks that idea. Not only does this song glorify Jesus, it does so in such a powerful proclaiming way. The use of instruments, especially the electric guitar and drums really add to that powerful effect of this song. This song never fails to get me hyped!


More than a woman by The Bee Gees

Released: 1977

Movie: Saturday Night Fever

Artist: Bee Gees

Genre: Disco

Lia Elise: I mean it’s just a classic. I have always loved this song from when I was young and it never fails to put a smile on my face. I love the seventies disco era of music.

My silver lining by First Aid Kit 

Album: Stay Gold

Artist: First Aid Kit

Genres: Alternative/Indie, Folk

Lia Elise: Lyrically, I think this song is a beautiful encouragement to keep on hoping, especially in the hard times. I often used to listen to this song when I needed a little inspiration to keep on with life. Musically, I just love everything about it. I love the harmonies and the way they use their voices as instruments. A few years ago, I became a lover of country music style and I have no regrets. 

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