Known for her powerful voice and melodic, highly personal brand of pop music, Toronto-born artist Emma-Lee has released an impressive body of work. Her 3 full-length albums (Never Just A Dream, Backseat Heroine, Fantasies) and successful singles (Worst Enemy, It Won’t Be Christmas, Not Giving Up On You) have steadily gained fans from around the world since her debut in 2009. With a knack for writing emotional songs that truly connect, Emma-Lee’s songs have charted multiple times on Billboard radio and have been featured in many film and TV placements such as CBS’s “Beauty & The Beast”, NBC’s “Saving Hope”, MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, SYFY’s “Wynonna Earp”, “Dance Moms” and “Hello/Goodbye” to name a few.
Emma-Lee’s success as an artist led her to lending her songwriting talents to others and as a result Emma-Lee is now based in Nashville, TN writing full-time. Most recently she’s co-written songs for Mickey Guyton (What Are You Gonna Tell Her?), Ross Ellis (Home To Me), Brett Kissel (She Drives Me Crazy, Anthem), Tim Hicks (What A Song Should Do, Wreck This Town), The Washboard Union (Country Thunder, Shut Er Down), Melanie Dyer (Memphis T-Shirt), Kira Isabella (I’m So Over Getting Over You, I Don’t Wanna Know), Whitney Woerz (Care), Michelle Treacy (Colours), Sam Drysdale (Wasted), Ryan Langdon (Lit In The Sticks, Buck Wild, Crossfaded), River Town Saints (A Little Bit Goes A Long Way), Madeline Merlo (Crush), Leah Daniels (Salt Water), Alee (Only The Strong Survive) and many more, resulting in numerous top 40 radio singles and number ones.