Ashe has made multiple contributions to various soundtracks, but she is probably best known for the songs she performed in Netflix’s “To All The Boys” series. Her music appears in “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” and “To All The Boys: Always And Forever.” The song “Moral of the Story” appears in the former, and “The Same” and “Real Love” show up in the latter. Boosted by the success of “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” “Moral of the Story” peaked at 71 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hit #7 on their Hot Rock and Alternative Songs chart in 2020. Ashe also has a song in “The Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting” called “Girl Who Cried Wolf.”
The singer also scored an interesting get for her album “Rae.” One song, “Love is Letting Go,” features vocals from Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton. There’s a reason for that. Ashe told UWM Post in 2017 that she deeply admires Keaton. “Some of my biggest inspirations are Carole King, and this actress, Diane Keaton, and they are these incredibly humble women of character. They love what they do and deflect some of the love pointed towards them. I take that as them saying, ‘I’m simply a vessel for my art.’ And that’s how I want to be seen.” And there’s no better way to be seen than to work with the idols one admires most.