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Alus (born January 1, 1994) is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer. She became known as an independent artist through her YouTube mash-ups and covers on her website.
Alus was born in New Jersey on January 1, 1994. She grandmother's music had been influenced by her youth, and she was a prominent violinist in the Violinaires, a group of violinists in Frank Sinatra's The Rat Pack. Alus began performing on stage in musicals at a young age. She began classical vocal training in opera from a Curtis Institute of Music instructor and then formal classical piano lessons when she was eleven years old. She is also a self-taught guitarist.
She received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music to continue her studies full time after high school.
Alus's first release that gained traction was "Ordinary Girl". Released independently with much success on New York Radio, she gained the attention of music veterans Steve Rifkind and Russell Simmons. After teaming up with their Samsung sponsored label All Def Digital, Alus released the official music video that came out on the label's YouTube channel.
Alus records herself in her at home studio, releasing mash-ups and covers on her YouTube channel. She released them into monthly albums called the "Bedroom Covers" series. Her mashup video of Xxxtentacion’s "SAD!" and The Weeknd’s "Call Out My Name" received over 1 million views. Alus was reposted by Nicki Minaj twice on her Instagram page after gaining attention from her remix of "Megatron" and mashup of "No Frauds", "Changed It", and "Regret in Your Tears".
Alus sang the national anthem at Madison Square Garden on many occasions including for the televised sold-out Canelo vs. Rocky boxing match in 2018.
In 2020, Alus released a new song every week in a series entitled "52 Shades of Alus" amassing over one million plays across streaming platforms.
In June 2021, Alus released “Wig!” featuring Cakes da Killa with sampled vocals from Canada's Drag Race Lemon in honor of Pride Month. Paper Magazine premiered the music video release calling it “a perfect ‘feeling yourself’ bop.”