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Ashlyne Huff (born August 28, 1985) is an American Pop singer. She is a second generation musician, taking after her father, Dan Huff.

  • Ashlyne Huff EP (2010)
  • Let it Out (2011)
  • Ashlyne Huff Revelette (2015)note 


  • Falling Stars (2015)
  • Broken Pieces (TBA)

Ashlyne Huff provides examples of the following tropes:

  • All-Cheering All the Time: "Let It Out" starts out as this, then cuts back to it again at the bridge.
  • Changed For The Soundtrack: "Trippin' It Up" was released on the soundtrack for Made-for-TV Movie, Secrets of the Mountain with a couple obvious edits. The song itself is a full eight seconds shorter and noticeably lacks the vocals for any line that contains the phrase "not-y not-y."
  • Dating Do-Si-Do: "Trippin' It Up" adds a lot of sinking ships to this trope.
    "Everybody's trippin' it up with somebody. Hoping somebody's, leaving somebody."
  • Heartbeat Soundtrack: Used at the start of "Heartbeat".
  • Kiss of Death: Metaphorically used in "Knockout".
    "Your kiss is like a knockout. Down for the count."
  • The Maiden Name Debate: She now goes by Ashlyne Huff Revelette since getting married.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: From pop singer to fiction writer.
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  • Redemption in the Rain: Invoked in "Make It Rain" where the singer doesn't care how you help, as long as you just make it rain.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: "Run to You" describes a long distance relationship where the singer is her partner's own personal Supergirl.
  • White Flag: The aptly named "White Flag" talks about surrendering in the name of love.