Ashlyn Rae Willson, better known as Ashe, is an American singer and songwriter who jumped on the scene with her single "Moral of the Story."
Born in California, Ashe has captivated audiences with her poetic lyricism and notes of electronic and pop genres in her songs. While Ashe began releasing music in the 2010s, her breakout came with her song, "Moral of the Story." Quickly, the song began to find its way through viral TikTok videos, radio stations, and climbed up the charts. Eventually, it would be re-recorded by Ashe and featuring Niall Horan. In addition, the song was featured in the Netflix hit movie, "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You."
What is Ashe's story?
Ashe grew up in San Jose, where from early on she showed interest in music. She began playing the piano at six, and then proceeded to write original songs during her adolescence. She briefly attended community college before going to Berkley in Boston. In college, she majored in Contemporary Writing and Production. After college, she moved to Nashville where she hoped to take her songwriting and production to the next level. Her production work caught the attention of Swedish DJ Ben Phipps, who brought Ashe on board to collaborate with him in "Sleep Alone." The song went viral and it opened the path for Ashe to work with other artists like Louis the Child.
MUD photographer Lucy Jones was present at Ashe's show in Ohio. See the photos below: