Social Media and Singing Sensation, Alisha Mae, surpasses 20 million views with Powerful Rendition of “Dancing In The Sky” via Facebook
Social Media Sensation, Alisha Mae, surpasses 20 million views on her powerful, video rendition of “Dancing In The Sky.” The video’s popularity accumulated organically thanks to the massive outpour of love and support from her fans. Created through the musical app Smule™, the powerful lyrics paired with Alisha’s honest emotion creates a beautiful anthem for all those who have lost a loved one.To watch the video, click here.
“Everyone has heard this song, but when you have a reason to connect to it, the song has a gravitational pull on you forever,” Alisha says.”After my infant nephew passed away, everyone grieved in very different ways. My outlet was through music. I made the cover video on a whim sitting in my car on my lunch break because it was either pour my emotions into a song, or scream. That video was for Jaxton Scott, and I’m glad it lives on for him.”
Alisha lost her nephew when he was just an infant, devastating the whole family. She carried that raw, honest emotion into “Dancing In The Sky,” delivering an encouraging message of hope to her fans through times of loss and heartache.
About Alisha Mae
From her hometown of Wytheville, VA, Alisha Mae developed a strong passion for music and performing. With her edgy spin on modern country music, Alisha has grabbed the attention of fans across the nation. Beginning with her Facebook video cover of “Dancing In The Sky” which has been viewed more than 23 million times, Alisha Mae was propelled into the National Country Music scene. In April, 2017, Alisha Mae signed a management deal with Briley Management Group and has begun the pre-production process for her first EP release in 2018. She is set to release her powerful new anthem “Bold” on April 9th.
Keep up with Alisha on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube or visit her website atalishamaemusic.com. Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word. You didn’t know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about.