|3.||Some Dumb Girl||10.||Same Damn Thing|
|4.||Addicted2Me||11.||I Want The World To Know|
|5.||Crazy That Way Intro||12.||Love Songs|
|6.||Crazy That Way||13.||Day Will Soon Come|
|7.||Fatal Attraction||14.||When It's Love|
Anjulie comes armed to take on the music world with a unique voice, dripping with sophistication beyond her years and personally revealing, self-penned lyrics.
The youngest of four children, Anjulie grew up in the Toronto suburb of Oaksville, Ontario, raised by immigrant parents from Guyana — a South American nation culturally influenced by its Caribbean neighbors to the north. As a result, her household was filled with everything from Afro-Caribbean calypso, reggae, and South American Latin music, to the pop and rock emanating from her older siblings’ radios. Not a surprising revelation when listening the singer’s multi-genre influenced debut, Anjulie.
Though her music is clearly influenced by the melodies of the world, what makes her music truly powerful is the veteran songwriter's practice of writing highly personal lyrics.
“I think I have something to say lyrically,” she says. “My background is in songwriting, so I’m really invested in melodies, song structure, and payoff choruses, but on this record, I tried to loosen up and just express myself how I wanted to. I really write for myself. I always tell people if they want to know about me, just listen to my music because I really do put it all out there.”
Besides writing her own songs, she’s written for Canadian band, The Philosopher Kings, actress/singer, Emma Roberts as well as superstars, Christina Aguilera and Crunk pioneer Lil Jon.