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E-leven (born on October 24, 1991) is a French music producer, composer, musician and mixing engineer signed to the label Atmospheriques.
It was only a question of time for E-Leven, growing up amidst his father’s record collection and attending shows from a very young age, the Lyon-born young man was destined to live a musical life. E-leven started to play the piano, then went on to bass, guitar and then drums learning a new instrument every year. With the only wish to become a music producer, he began recording himself on the hard drive of his Neko workstation. Meticulous and unpretentious, he developed his sound behind the scenes, mixing acoustic and electronic parts, live recording and digital tweaks.
Moving to the Paris region to study sound engineering at the SAE Institute of Paris, he unknowingly embarked on a life of new experiences. One evening, he signed up for a contest by TalentHouse, a music competition initiated by American producer Ryan Leslie. He was in the final three, and although he didn’t win, he still came out on top.
E-leven is also one half of the band "We Are Me", signed to the same label.
- March 2010: Top 3 finalist at the Ryan Leslie contest on Talenthouse.com 
- December 20, 2010: Signed to the French label Atmospheriques 
- March 2011: Recording of ME's first Mixtape "This Is M.E" in NYC with the producer/mixer Mark Plati
- June 2011: Recording of the We Are Me LP1 in Paris with the American producer/mixer Mark Plati
- July 8, 2011: Shooting of the "SBS" music video in Paris
- October 10, 2011: Release of ME's first single "SBS"
- October 22, 2011: Live in Paris at the MaMA Festival
- November 8, 2011: Release of the mixtape "This Is M.E" (n1 the first 2 weeks on HipHopDX.com) 
- November 2011: Recording of the We Are Me LP1 in Paris with the producer/mixer Mark Plati
- December 2, 2011: Live in Rennes, FR at the Bars En Trans Festival 
- December 24, 2011: Featured on TF1 introducing the Misa Digital Kitara guitar 
- January 28, 2012: Live in Cannes at the MIDEM Festival 
- March 8, 2012: Live on Le Mouv radio
- March 14, 2012: Live in Austin, TX at SXSW
- April 27, 2012: Live in Bourges, FR at Le Printemps de Bourges Festival
- June 9–10, 2012: Shooting of the "We Gon' Party" music video in Los Angeles 
- June 25, 2012: Release of We Are Me's first single "We Gon' Party" (Top 50 most played song on French TV and radio over the summer (MTV, M6, W9...NRJ, Fun Radio...), Top 20 in the French clubs.) 
- July 2012: Recording of the We Are Me album at the House Of Blues studio in LA with the American producer/mixer Neal Pogue
- October 10, 2012: Performed at the Enjoy Dance Party 7 in Valenciennes, FR, 3000 people audience 
- October 16: Opened for Pac Div and Mickey Rocks at the Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles 
-November 7: Release of his Remix of "Diamonds by Rihanna". 40 000 views first week on YouTube 
Mixtape: ME - This Is M.E
Single: We Are Me - We Gon' Party
Remix: E-leven - Diamonds by Rihanna Remix
- Released: November 2012
- Formats: Digital Download
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Record Label, http://www.atmospheriques.com/artistes-58.html
- ↑ In Studio Video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t5_2BkhZ3Q
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Ryan Leslie Contest, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnbjM5dsE5s
- ↑ This Is M.E on hiphopdx, http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/mixtape/id.1540/title.me-thisisme
- ↑ We Are Me live in Rennes, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnnB9q7G4mk
- ↑ E-leven on TF1, http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-we/la-guitare-electronique-est-nee-6895584.html
- ↑ We Are Me - MIDEM Cannes, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKnfDsBh77Y&feature=share&list=PLB8434053B4F38FD2
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 We Are Me - Cette Nuit, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca4vSzWS9DY
- ↑ We Are Me Live Enjoy Dance Party, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L84FBehCNHg
- ↑ We Are Me Live in LA, http://www.whiskyagogo.com/site/?p=2925
- ↑ Diamonds Remix, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N8YpbpQkUY
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