Eleven presents: Cael Dadian – Continue

Talented Singer, songwriter and producer Cael Dadian, shares his single “Continue”, available on all digital stores.

BEHIND THE SCENES, LET’S KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Cael Dadian is a singer, songwriter and producer born and raised in San Diego, California. With cosigns from the likes of Complex, DJ Booth, Earmilk, Forbes, and Anthony Fantano (among others), Cael has found a distinctive voice in contemporary pop and R&B. Cael seamlessly blends influences of pop, R&B, hip hop and soul in his music. Cael also currently makes original music for brands and influencers like Amazon, Facebook, MAC Cosmetics, and many others. He’s a musical swiss army knife and rising force within independent music.

Continue” was written, recorded, and produced by Cael himself and the stunning video was filmed and directed by San Diego native Mitch Hernandez. The track was inspired by artists like Fun and Joji – uniquely bringing a big group sound into a darker, more atmospheric setting. It comes to us following his recent single, “Or So I Thought” which was highly acclaimed by curators like Gen Direct Music, Show & Tell, and many other curators, blogs, playlists, and fans. Cael sings “You can’t be mine on your own time… but if you wanna try – show me if you want to continue” – an honest sentiment signifying that words simply aren’t enough and actions are all that are left in order to move forward. The visuals are classic, familiar, yet so unique in the context of the setting and music behind them which is a story in itself. This is the latest in a string of singles by Cael leading up to his debut EP.


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