About Alysha Brilla.


Twice Juno Award nominated singer-songwriter and producer Alysha Brilla is a critically acclaimed artist who just released her fourth self produced album, “Rooted”. Brilla's new music draws on the influences of her unique background Born in Mississauga, Ontario to an Indo-Tanzanian immigrant father and a European-Canadian mother, Alysha Brilla grew up in a mixed Christian/Muslim household with unique discourse around the arts and social politics. Brilla is an arts educator; frequently conducting music & production workshops in elementary schools across Canada and internationally.  TEDx speaker and Oktoberfest Woman Of The Year Arts & Culture Award recipient, Brilla has been a mentor for YWCA’s “Rock Weekend”, helping marginalized female youth develop social skills through music. A multi-racial child of the Indian diaspora, Alysha’s art aims to unite people through the Canadian cultural kaleidoscope and bring light to social inequity issues in Canada and abroad. Her music and workshops feature strong themes of cultural diversity, gender equality and inclusivity.

Brilla has been producing music for over eight years; inspired by producers such as Mark Ronson, Stephen Marley and Linda Perry as well as the talented producers she has personally worked with (Boots, Ron Lopata, Brian West, Marcus Kane).

Brilla’s production journey began through a studio co-op in highschool and continued to flourish throughout her journey working with various talented producers in Canada and the U.S.