|Birth Day:||May 21, 1983|
|Birth Place:||Oakville, Canada|
Canadian singer and songwriter known for her self-titled album, which was released in 2009. She's also known for writing hit songs with various artists, including Kreesha Turner's "Don't Call Me Baby" and Nicki Minaj's "The Boys."
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She started writing music as a young teen, in part to deal with the isolation that came from discrimination for her mixed heritage.
Anjulie became "obsessed with music" and was inspired to become a performer after watching Janet Jackson's Velvet Rope Tour. She opened for Jesse McCartney during his United States tour in 2009. The songs, "Rain", "Crazy That Way", and "The Heat" were featured on the MTV television series The Hills and "Addicted2Me" on The City. The single "Boom" has been featured on programs such as ABC's Eastwick, The CW's Melrose Place, and The Vampire Diaries.
She co-wrote the single "I Want You" with its performer Fefe Dobson, that appears on Dobson's album, Joy (2010). Anjulie's music is featured in the 2009 movie/musical Fame. She wrote and performed "Big Things" which plays during the opening scene of the film. "Stand Behind The Music" was covered by Cher Lloyd in 2012 for her album Sticks & Stones.
Released on August 4, 2009, Anjulie's self-titled CD reached number two on the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart and number 108 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. The album's first single "Boom", released in 2008, reached number one on the US Dance chart in 2009. Remixes of follow-up "Love Songs" reached the Top 10 on the US Hot Dance/Club Play chart in October 2009.
"Rain" debuted on the Hot Dance/Club Play chart in November 2009 at number forty-eight. After nine weeks on the chart it reached a peak of three.
In 2011, the songs "White Lights", "Brand New Bitch" (also known as "Brand New Chick"), "Stand Behind the Music", "Headphones", and "You and I" were produced. In 2011, the single "Brand New Bitch" was certified as a platinum digital download in Canada for over 80,000 units sold, and was nominated for Dance Recording of the Year at the 2012 Juno Awards. In support of her new single "You and I", Anjulie embarked on a You and I Tour in 2012. In the same year, it was announced that Universal Republic Records was going defunct, making artists from that label including Anjulie move from the roster to Republic Records.
Anjulie would later co-write and sing "Arrows in the Dark" on the Cash Cash album Blood, Sweat & 3 Years, which was released in 2016.
Currently, Anjulie Persaud is 38 years, 2 months and 5 days old. Anjulie Persaud will celebrate 39th birthday on a Saturday 21st of May 2022.
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