|Born||March 30, 1994|
|Origin||New York City, NY|
|Genres||Pop, pop rock|
|Years active||2006 – present|
|Labels||Pulse Music Group, Wide Eyed Entertainment|
Sarah Solovay (born March 30, 1994) professionally known as Solly, is an American singer and songwriter from New York City, currently residing in Los Angeles. In 2018, Solovay signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Wide Eyed Entertainment and Pulse Music Group. She has collaborated with Bebe Rexha, Jason Derulo, Aloe Blacc, Galantis, Steve Aoki, Hayden James, and Icona Pop. Solovay was a vocalist on singles released by Galantis and Taska Black, and provided additional vocals for the Jason Derulo 2020 single, "Take You Dancing".
Solovay began writing songs on guitar at age nine and released her debut EP, Gone, in 2009, at age fifteen. Its title track, "Gone," won the New York Songwriters Circle "Young Songwriters Award." In July, 2010, Solovay opened for John Mayer and Train on Mayer's "Battle Studies World Tour" in Scranton, Pennsylvania. She released her sophomore EP, Superhuman, in 2012, along with a few singles. During the summer of 2011, Solovay was profiled by The New York Times for being a musician while balancing school work.
In 2016, Solovay graduated from Yale University, where she was an American Studies major with a focus on Visual, Audio, Literary and Performance Culture. She moved back to New York City and released "Rough Draft," in 2017. It was put in rotation on Sirius XM The Pulse's show, "Train Tracks," and added to several Apple Music playlists, including "Future Hits" and "Breaking Pop."
|Baddest||Cher Lloyd, Imanbek||Single|
|I Do feat. LeAnn Rimes||Aloe Blacc||Single|
|Love On You||Olivia Holt||Single|
|Take You Dancing||Jason Derulo||Single|
|Feels In My Body||Icona Pop||Single|
|I Do||Aloe Blacc||Single|
|Years In The Making||Arkells||Single|
|I Love My Friends||Steve Aoki, Icona Pop||Single|
|Right Time||Hayden James feat. Icona Pop||Single|
|Water feat. Zohara||Kream||Single|
|Mood For You||Felix Sandman||Single|
|Smart Love||Drax Project||Single|
|We Can Get High||Galantis featuring Yellow Claw||Single|
|Feel It||Gia Woods||Single|
|2009||Flaws and All||Single||
|2009||Hearts Collide||90210 Soundtrack||
|2010||Gone||2010 Songwriters Hall of Fame Compilation|
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- Anderson, Jenny (July 24, 2011). "Dual Life of Singer-Songwriter and Brearley Senior". The New York Times. Retrieved May 3, 2017.