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Eliel Arrey, born and raised in Cameroon, West Africa, is one of the rising figures in the electronic/dance music scene. Prior to releasing his own mixes, Eliel Arrey started as Dj in Dallas, TX. doing small shows and parties for his Church's youth group. Those days as a Dj really laid down the framework for Eliel Arrey as a producers of Electronic music today. The happy, melodic, and upbeat dance vibes are very consistent in all his musical pieces. Eliel Arrey does not like to think of himself as an artist but as a Dj. He states that all his songs are "mixed in the way that he would mix them if he were performing live." Unlike most other electronic productions out there today, those of Eliel Arrey have been characterized with unique instrumental sounds and harmonies. Eliel Arrey's is noted for his unconventional use of guitars, organs, flutes, trumpets, horns, and saxophones in a variety of his productions. He has attributed this style of Electronic production to his background as a child growing up in West Africa. He comes from a home of gifted singers, not popular to the Western world of entertainment but well recognized among Cameroonians. Eliel Arrey himself sang for an all boys accappella group for four years when he was 12 years old. The most unique part of it all is Eliel Arrey has not always wanted to be a musician. He is currently studying for his Doctorate in Medicine and graduates in 2017. He is well known to students of UT Arlington as the founder and president of Get More Out of College, a non profit entity that provides free resources to college students worldwide taking biological sciences. Also at UT Arlington, he was a supplementary instructor to two Biology course and a tutor to nine other courses. He is an expert author who has written several popular articles for Ezine Articles and Article Base. Above all, Eliel Arrey states that music is his haven. At the end of every difficult and challenging day or week, making music in his home studio is where he finds his solace and where his imaginations are set free. In fact, in his own words, "making music ignites his spirit and reminds him of the beauty of life."