[Musicians’ Galore] Emeli Sande

29 Jan


Emeli Sande is a Scottish recording artist and songwriter.

Her debut studio collection, 2012’s “Our Version of Events,” topped the UK Albums Chart and spawned five singles in the shape of “Heaven,” “Daddy,” “Next to Me,” “My Kind of Love” and “Clown.”

Sande’s sophomore album “Long Live the Angels” – featuring singles “Hurts,” “Garden,” “Breathing Underwater” and “Highs And Lows” – is now available via iTunes and all other digital streaming platforms.

On the songwriting front, Sande has penned songs for Alicia Keys (“Kill Your Mama”), Mary J. Blige (“Pick Me Up”), Rihanna (“Half of Me”), Katy Perry (“It Takes Two”), Leona Lewis (“Trouble”), Labrinth (“Beneath Your Beautiful”), Jess Glynne (“Saddest Vanilla”) and Fantasia (“Side Effects of You”).

Her extensive resume boasts further works with Josh Kumra (“Helicopters and Planes”), Alesha Dixon (“Radio”), Elle Varner (“Runaway”), Amber Riley (“Colorblind”), Gorgon City (“Imagination”), A*M*E (“Find a Boy”), Gabrielle (“It Takes Time”), and Antonique Smith (“All We Really Have is Now”).

Sande’s regular collaborates are Naughty Boy, Chris Loco, Mojam, Emile Haynie, Mac & Phil, Jonny Coffer, Wayne Hector, Shakaveli, and TMS.

She has also worked with Stargate, Rodney Jerkins, Crada, Mason “MdL” Levy, Espionage, Tre Jean-Marie, Al Shux, Knox Brown, Di Genius, Toby Gad, Benny Blanco, Chris Braide, MNEK, Jim Eliot, iSHi, Mike Spencer, Rick Nowels, Claude Kelly, Steve Mac, Dave Tozer, Fraser T. Smith and Craze & Hoax.

Hope you enjoy the following playlist dedicated to Sande’s work!

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