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Emily Warren Biography
Emily Warren born Emily Warren Schwartz is an American singer and songwriter signed to Dr. Luke’s label Prescription Songs. She is known for writing songs for several high profile artists such as The chainsmokers, Dua Lipa, Khalid, Sigrid and Shawn Mendez. She was born on 25th August 1992 in New York.
Emily Warren Age
Emily was born on August 25th, 1992.
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Emily Warren Education
Emily was raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where she attended the preparatory school Trinity, from kindergarten through high school. She was accepted into the NYU Tisch School/Clive Davis Institute in 2011 and offered and was offered a songwriter’s contract with Prescription (Rx) Songs in 2013. In 2015 she graduated from the university and began splitting her time between Los Angeles and London.
Emily Warren Career
Emily from a young age had a penchant for the creativity and she performed regularly with her band, Emily Warren & the Betters members Etienne Bowler and Marc Campbell went on to form part of the pop band MisterWives. A single from their EP was featured on MTV’s short-lived series, Skins.
After signing with Dr. Luke, Emily disbanded the Betters and spent a year in LA. Soon after her arrival, she co-wrote “Masterpiece”, the third single on Jessie J’s album, Sweet Talker. “Masterpiece” debuted at number 30 on the US Mainstream Top 40 and number 65 on Billboard Hot 100, it was also certified gold in Australia and New Zealand.
Following the success of that release, she eventually teamed up with longtime friend and collaborator Scott Harris to co-write four songs from Shawn Mendes’ platinum-selling album, Handwritten: “Strings”, “Aftertaste”, “Air” and “Lost”. September 18, 2015, marked the release of The Chainsmokers’ and Tritonal’s “Until You Were Gone”, which featured Warren’s lead vocals. Her performance was immediately praised by Nylon, which wrote: “Her delivery is filled with a longing that packs a strong punch.
The Chainsmokers hailed Emily as one of the best songwriters and vocalists that they had ever worked with. She teamed up with Scott Harris and wrote Don’t Let Me Down with The Chainsmokers. It reached no. 3 and reached triple Platinum in the United States. This was both The Chainsmokers and Daya’s first top 5 on Billboard Hot 100. Don’t Let Me Down was also nominated and won a Grammy in 2017 for Best Dance Recording.
She again wrote and featured on the vocals of Capsize” with Los Angeles duo Frenship, which is certified platinum and has surpassed 400 million streams on Spotify. April 7, 2017, American electronic pop duo The Chainsmokersreleased their debut album, Memories…Do Not Open. Warren was credited as a writer on four songs, including “The One”, “Don’t Say”, “My Type” and “Wake Up Alone”. She was additionally featured as lead vocalist on “Don’t Say” and “My Type” and provided uncredited backup vocals on “Paris”.
May 5, 2017, Emily released her debut single, “Hurt By You”, which was on both the US Viral and Global Viral charts on Spotify. July 21, 2017, she released her second single, “Something To Hold On To”, which was also featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. Her most recent single, “Poking Holes”, was released on October 12, 2017.
Emily was named Warren was named as one of the Forbes 30 under 30 in the music industry. The list, according to Forbes, is an “annual encyclopedia of creative disruption featuring 600 stars from 20 different industries.” Skylar Grey, one of the judges on the panel that selected Ms. Warren, said she was selected in part because, “Her sound and style of writing is so fresh, and I find a lot of other writers trying to emulate it. She’s young, but she’s been in the game for a while, so this isn’t some flash-in-the-pan writer. I think she’ll be killing it for a long time.
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