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Elsa Mickayla

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Gaining recognition through her distinct voice and writing style, Elsa Mickayla continues to test the limits of Singapore music in 2022, with her latest singles, “Spell On Me” and "A Letter To Christmas".

With years of performing experience under her belt, Mickayla is no stranger to the stage - a recent highlight of her career was performing in the 2022 National Day Parade as one of the Sopranos in The Island Voices.

She draws influences from notable Pop and R&B musicians such as Jojo, Ariana Grande, Jordin Sparks, PJ Morton, and Anderson Paak, and their influence shows in her latest single “A Letter To Christmas”, most notably in the layer of voices in the last chorus. Alongside more upcoming releases, she is also set to debut her very first fully self-produced EP next year.

All in all, Elsa Mickayla is definitely a musician to keep an eye on, because she's only just getting started.


9 December, 2022 - SINGAPORE - Elsa Mickayla’s Christmas single will keep the Christmas season alive throughout the different seasons to come. 

Singer and music producer Elsa Mickayla releases her self-produced single "A Letter To Christmas" available on all major streaming platforms at midnight on 9 Dec 2022.

Elsa Mickayla's quote on this single:

"Christmas is my favourite season of the year, and I always try to remind myself to stay in the Christmas spirit throughout the year. To be kind, loving, and ever-forgiving."

Christmas isn't just a season, it is a feeling. Of joy. Of hope. Of gratitude. "A Letter To Christmas" is a song that has a simple message – let's all be kind to one another, and keep the Christmas spirit alive. Not just during this season of giving, but throughout the different seasons and times. Let's bring joy to people's lives, and always be forgiving and loving.

A Letter To Christmas was written, recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Elsa Mickayla and distributed by Believe Music.


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