Toronto-born singer & songwriter Emma-Lee has released 3 full-length albums and a number of successful singles since her debut in 2009. Her songs have been featured in multiple 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. In 2016 her single “Worst Enemy” reached #18 on the Canadian AC Mediabase chart and #24 on the Hot AC chart. That same year she released an original holiday single titled “It Won’t Be Christmas” that landed her first top 10, peaking at #4 on AC Canadian Billboard.
Emma-Lee currently lives in Nashville, TN actively writing with and for other artists in a variety of genres. Most recently she’s co-written songs for Brett Kissel (Anthem), Tim Hicks (What A Song Should Do), Kira Isabella (I’m So Over Getting Over You), Michelle Treacy (Colours), Ryan Langdon (Lit In The Sticks), The Abrams (Wild At Heart), 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 singles, a top 10 and a number 1.
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"Pro Songwriter Emma-Lee had her own recording to do" - SOCAN Words & Music Magazine Article
"Toronto's best female vocalist!"
- NOW Magazine Readers Poll (2013 & 2014)
"Compelling and awe-inspiring. Amazing voice."
- Maverick Magazine UK
"A top shelf songwriter. She's destined for big things."
- The Toronto Star (**** 4/4)
"I'm a fan of Emma-Lee's lyrical work. But then there is the matter of using the voice in a sublime manner, on material worthy of such a tool. Here Emma-Lee thrives."
- The Globe & Mail
"Blessed with a voice that sounds powerful and fragile at the same time, Emma-Lee displays a subtlety and nuance in her phrasing that one usually associates with an older and more experienced singer. On every occasion Emma-Lee’s voice and intuitive understanding of musical dynamics rise to the challenge of the sophisticated arrangements she sings over. The most beautiful voice I have heard in recent memory."
- No Depression Magazine