New Zealand-born artist Eli Globe gifts us with a heartfelt gem from his vault – “Ride,” a stunning ballad released today after years of slumbering as a hidden treasure. Originally slated for discard, Eli’s intuition led him to resurrect the track, and we’re all the better for it.
More than just a song, “Ride” stands as a bridge between past and present, a glimpse into the evolution of an artist constantly pushing boundaries. Eli himself describes it as a stepping stone to “a huge step forward” in his upcoming music, leaving us eagerly anticipating what’s to come.
Born and raised in Auckland, Eli’s musical journey began at the tender age of 16 with the commercial success of his debut single “Blame It On Me” under the alias Stuck On 24/7, alongside partner Richie Cattell. Since then, his talent has blossomed, leading him to produce for other artists, chart multiple songs, land an album in the NZ Top 20, and tour the country.
“Ride” showcases Eli’s soulful vocals and introspective lyricism, weaving a poignant tapestry of emotions. It’s a song that resonates with the yearning for connection, the bittersweet beauty of letting go, and the unwavering hope for what lies ahead.