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Ivy Ash is a UK based artist and topline writer with a unique and global outlook on body positivity, feminism and mental health. Her writing career has been pro-active for the past 4+ years, and she has proudly secured various funding awards such as Arts Council England’s ‘Developing Your Creative Practice Fund’ and Help Musician’s UK ‘Transmission Fund.'


Recently, Ivy has been listed #8 out of the top 30 most-played local artists of the year through BBC Introducing shows (national and local) by renowned DJ Dean Jackson. In addition to this, various tracks of Ivy’s have also been named ‘Track of the Week’ on BBC Music Introducing stations.


“You, Not Me” is the latest track from Ivy Ash; following the success of her first few singles “Rain Again,” “Third Degree” and “Oops.” 


Of the track, Ivy says: 


“You, Not Me is the second track to come out of my ‘Developing Your Creative Practice’ project with Arts Council England. I wrote this song during my development and creation time within the third quarter of 2021, it was one of those songs that happened so naturally, the lyrics poured out and it was a process that I couldn’t stop if I tried. “You, Not Me” is fearless, confident, and no-nonsense. I believe that everyone should be free to be themselves, and I want to hammer that message home.” 


Alongside her music, Ivy is in her 3rd year of Music Business studies at BIMM in Birmingham, in addition to working part-time as a Music Publishing Assistant. As someone who is passionate about shaping the future of the industry, Ivy is brushing up on her knowledge and preparing to take the music biz by storm. 


“Sonically, the track is a complete riot, with a pulsating, energetic electronic soundscape meeting her personality-drenched, charismatic vocals to make for one of the more stirring and empowering releases in recent memory. Ivy Ash is a truly exciting emerging talent who is still in her formative stages as an artist, we believe that the ceiling for her potential is huge.” (CLOUT)

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