Anjulie is a Canadian singer/songwriter from Oakville, Ontario Canada, a suburb outside of Toronto. Anjulie is a self-described music addict and has been writing and composing her own music since she was a teenager and is the youngest of four children of Guyanese-Canadian parents.
Her debut album, which was co-written and produced by Canadian R&B legend Jon Levine of the Philosopher Kings.
Anjulie met Levine while working as an intern at Metalworks Recording Studio in Toronto Canada. Anjulie was later fired for accepting a lunch date with Levine, but it ultimately led to their partnership and the beginnings of her music career.
Anjulie wrote the single "Don't Call Me Baby" by Canadian Recording Artists Kreesha Turner which reached the Top 10 on Billboards Canadian Hot 100 in 2008.
Anjulie opened for Jesse McCartney during his United States tour in 2009. Two of her unreleased singles have been featured on MTV television series: "Rain" on The Hills and "Addicted2Me" on several episodes of The City.
Anjulie's debut single "Boom" was released November 11, 2008. In March, 2009 Toronto-based Virgin Radio 99.9 added the single to their playlist. The single reached number one on the U.S. Dance chart in 2009.
Influences on Anjulie's music are as varied as Annie Lennox, Lauryn Hill, U2 and Prince.