Alex Lacasse is a pop music artist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He attended Sir Wilfrid Laurier high school in Ottawa. Alex has a YouTube channel with covers of many current Hip hop and Pop songs. He has covered Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance", Usher's "OMG", Train's "Hey, Soul Sister", among others.Alex Lacasse attended Fallingbrook Elementary school in Ottawa.
Alex visits many schools around Ottawa, performing songs.
Alex wrote and released his first single in 2010, titled "Like This, Like That", which had radio play across Canada. It peaked at #31 on the Canadian radio charts. Alex released his second single, "My Girl", to radio in July 2010. A music video was posted by his VEVO channel November 8, 2010. Another video has not been posted nor has a single been released since, but Alex continues with his aspirations to become successful as a pop artist. Alex also writes for other musical artists. Alex co-wrote the lead single "Over You" for the American girl group "Girlicious". It peaked at 15 on the Canadian radio charts.
In December 2014, Alex Lacasse along with Kellen Pomeranz, and Elof Loelv wrote "Velvet" which was performed by Chris Jamison on the The Voice Season 7 Finale. The song peaked at #3 on iTunes, and has since sold over 100,000 digital downloads. Velvet peaked at #53 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.