The British DJ, who currently has a hit with the Sam Smith-assisted track, ‘La La La,’ achieved his dreams thanks in part to the game show Deal or No Deal.
The first time Emeli Sandé heard herself on the radio she was in a taxi on her way back from a London studio. It was 4 o’clock in the morning and the city appeared to be asleep. Sandé, on the other hand, was wide-awake.
Emeli Sande sat down with Radio.com to talk about covering Beyoncé, collaborating with Kendrick Lamar and why Miguel winning a GRAMMY is so important to her.
“It was nerve-wracking but I was so excited to be there and to be able to play such an incredible song in front of the person who created it,” she said.
Emeli Sandé is undoubtedly the reigning queen of new British soul. The New York Times reports that her debut album, Our Version of Events, has now spent 63 weeks at in the top 10 of […]
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You know she’s a huge deal — that Olympics opening ceremony headlining slot performance, the biggest selling artist in the UK for 2012, the songwriting credits for Rihanna and Alicia Keys. But what don’t you […]
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When Emeli Sandé accepted her second BRIT Award for Best Album on Wednesday, February 20, the Scottish singer said she was a “very unlikely pop star.” Sandé, whose debut, Our Version Of Events, was the most […]
We’re deep in the throws of awards show season with the Golden Globes behind us, the GRAMMYs coming up on February 10 and the Oscars still looming and there’s one thing the viewing public would love […]
The ceremony also included performances from One Direction, Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, the Spice Girls, George Michael and a symphony of British music.
She was handpicked by director Danny Boyle, the architect behind the opening ceremonies, to perform a tribute to “mortality” that was interpreted by many to be in honor of the 7/7 London terror victims. NBC instead aired an interview of swimmer Michael Phelps by Ryan Seacrest.
A new U.K. songstress is breaking ground in the U.S. who rivals Adele. Meet Scottish soul singer-songwriter Emeli Sande. Poised for takeover in the States, Adele’s reign may soon be over.