Her latest track, ‘Dream Of You’ has her coming on like a modern-day Peggy Lee – via Edmonton, North London and her sumptuous Turkish heritage – and proves she’s not just another “dancefloor diva” as she channels the spirits of classic-era American songbook singers and delivers a dreamy vocal performance that perfectly showcases her soulful side.
Co-written by Jorja Smith collaborator Charlie Perry and produced by Steve Brown (Rumer/Laura Mvula), ‘Dream Of You’ is a departure for Eren, whose vocals have most recently been heard belting out house music hooks for the likes of Route 94, Unorthadox, Jaded and others.
Eda Eren supplied the teasing, toying vocals to slick synth house spiking a ‘Fever’, another sureshot belonging to producer Route 94, he of the monster thermo dynamic crossover ‘My Love’ that introduced the world to Jess Glynne.
‘Fever’ had the flava to find favour with Radio 1’s Danny Howard, who made it his Hottest Record, as well as gluing itself to the turntables of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Diplo and Jax Jones. Eren also prominently anchored Unorthodox’s acid stepper ‘Rock My Body’ and Jaded’s ‘Feel‘, and is already in demand across the live circuit with appearances at the Worldwide, Outlook and Dimensions festivals.