Estelle California is a singer/songwriter born in France. She started playing the piano when she was 5 and went on to study saxophone. Later, she was formally trained in opera. Her current life is a far cry from her childhood in France, where she suffered physical and mental abuse, and lived in an environment where she saw many people being discriminated against.
Estelle is a passionate artist, musician, writer, and activist dedicated to shining the light of resilience and bringing forth social healing throughout the world. Her single "Black is the True Light" has garnered significant media attention and resonated with people all over the globe.
The Gpan Organization in Africa has contacted Estelle because of her song “Black is the True Light” to perform at their events and share her message. We have also seen a school in Senegal singing “Black Is The True Light” with pride! You can view them on Estelle’s website or her Estelle California YouTube account.
Her EP, "My Name Is Freedom," has influences of soul, jazz and pop, and is full of vivid, sprawling emotions channeled by the versatility of her voice, which reflects Estelle's burning energy to change the world through her music.
You can follow Estelle on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, at Estelle California, to stay updated on her activities.
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<p>J'apprécie tes chansons, chère Estelle California (née Couffin)</p>
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