Elle Madison

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Elle Madison
Elle Madison, September 2012.jpg
Elle Madison 2012
Background information
Born ( 1987 -10-04) October 4, 1987 (age 27)
Plattsburgh, New York
Origin Long Island, NY, United States of America
Genres R&B, hip hop
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer, author, actress, radio host
Instruments Vocals, keyboards
Years active 2003–present
Labels fickledoll/The Orchard (music label)
Associated acts 7 Profitz
Website Elle-Madison.com

Elle Madison (born Michelle Cooley on October 4, 1987) is an American recording artist, model and actress. Born in Plattsburgh, New York and raised in Farmingdale, New York.

Musical career[edit]

Elle Madison began her public music career in 2003 through local music channels on Long Island, New York.[1] In 2007, Elle Madison began releasing her first international album[1] with the Long Island progressive and political Hip-Hop group, 7 Profitz.[2] Elle Madison released her solo debut album My Pink Palace[3] on August 9, 2009.[4]

In 2010, Elle Madison, released her self-titled sophomore album titled Elle Madison EP.[5]

In 2013, Elle Madison announced her third solo album is set to release on February 26, 2013.[1]

Honors and awards[edit]

In 2012, Elle Madison, won an award for Best Singer From Long Island [5] by Long Island Press.


Studio albums
  • The Resurrection LP (2007) with 7 Profitz
  • 7 Profitz Long Island Hip-Hop (2008) with 7 Profitz
  • 7 Profitz Revelations 23:7 (2009) with 7 Profitz
  • My Pink Palace (2009)
  • Elle Madison EP (2010)
  • 7 Profitz Planet 7P (2010) with 7 Profitz
  • Revenge (Single) (2012)
  • "Behold The Fairy Tales" (2013)


  1. ^ a b c [1] Local Singer Announces Release of Third Solo Studio Album
  2. ^ [2] Crom, Franklin, Watson Headline Hip-Hop Def Comedy Jam At Comedy Cellar 6/7
  3. ^ *Elle Madison's Pink Palace Hits Streets". Good Times Magazine. August 4, 2009 - August 17, 2009. p 30
  4. ^ http://www.theorchard.com/dist/artistPage.php?artist_id=131229
  5. ^ a b "Best Singer From Long Island". Long Island Press. January 19–25, 2012. p 88

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