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Ella Vos Goes Deep on Motherhood, Illness, and Music on “About That Time”
On the latest episode of our 4:20 talk show, LA-based singer/songwriter Ella Vos took us on a journey through love, trauma, pain, and never-ending resilience.
Published on June 27, 2019

Singer Ella Vos may be a classically trained musician, but her path to pop-star success has been anything but traditional. 

Based in Los Angeles, Vos began her music career in classical piano before embracing the pulsing rhythms of electronic dance music synths and her own dreamy vocal range. Originally stepping into pop music as the keyboardist for Michigan artist BØRNS, Vos broke into the industry as a solo act in 2016 after her vocals appeared on the EDM hit “Rolling Dice” by Just A Gent.

From there, things snowballed for Vos. Her debut single, “White Noise,” was released to critical acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone and Neon Gold. With over 22 million streams to date on Spotify alone, the powerful song about new motherhood cemented the SoCal songstress as an artist to watch.  Singing candidly about life, love, struggle, and the country’s struggling sociopolitical climate, you can hear Vos open her heart on every record. 

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