SOULÉ is one of Ireland's freshest young voices at the forefront of the new wave of Irish singer/songwriters. Boasting an impressive back catalogue in a relatively short space of time, SOULÉ has landed #1s on both the Irish Radio and Most Shazamed' Charts, 15 million Spotify streams, 4 "Song of the Year" Choice Award nominations as well as top performances at the leading festivals in Ireland and abroad.In 2022, Soulé was the support act for Westlife's 'Wild Dreams' Tour alongside The Sugababes.


Soulé born Samantha Kay in London, England to congolese parents. The family moved to Ireland when Soulé was 3 years of age. They settled in Balbriggan, County Dublin when Soulé was 13. She attended the Loreto school in Balbriggan. In her early years, she was involved in music and performing arts in the Foróige youth club in the town.  Soulé released her  debut single 'Love No more' in 2017 to critical acclaim. Which was then nominated for Irish song of the year by 'choice Prize Awards. This was her first of four nominations over the years.

In 2019 she went on to release single " Love Tonight"ft Ccane as part of her debut EP " Love Cycle". This single was the biggest song by an irish female artist at the time according to Official Irish Charts. That same year she performed in the 3arena for 2FM XMAS BALL alongside other big irish artist. Fastforward to 2022, Soulé went on to support Westlife on their "Wild Dreams" Tour in the Aviva Stadium alongside the Sugababes. Soulé is now on a journey to creating music that truly represents her and where she is in life. Stay tuned to see where her journey takes her.