Life is but a dream for producer and performer, Audrey Napoleon. Whether she expresses it onstage at clubs and festivals around the globe - or on runways and in short films - her inimitable approach to music, visual arts and style stems from a place all its own.
Twelve months in the Los Angeles-based producer’s life reads more like a decade than a year. “I don’t think I’ve come down from what’s happened to me in the last year,” she confesses in a recent interview. In that time, Audrey released six singles, with teaser films to match, alongside her EP, Ornamental Egos, while she played out nearly non-stop.
Add to that, several notable side projects and you have a prolific amount of work. These include composing music for major film and television projects, as well as an ongoing brand ambassadorship for Heineken’s #MySunrise campaign, currently airing in 28 countries. In film, Audrey composed music for Fredrik Bond's directorial debut, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (starring Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood). For television, her track, "Only You" was played as the season’s finale for Naomi Campbell's "The Face."
In music, her Ornamental Egos EP was met with aplomb by both fans and fellow musicians. It includes the hard driving, yet buoyant single, “Poison,” and another infectious club hit, “Banana Soda Es Muy Loca,” that continues to be featured in sets by Tiesto, Eric Prydz, Adrian Lux, Dada Life and other major international DJs.
Whatever form of expression Audrey embraces, it is steeped with extraordinary style, an innate dramatic flair and musical prowess that uncovers a dark beauty from within.
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