Emma Louise

06 Feb 2012
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Performance Tutor

Emma-Louise’s career spans over many years, working alongside the UK’s living legend, Jazzie B, as part of the Soul II Soul movement.

Covering all shades and musical grooves, Emma-Louise emerged as one of the UK’s new musical talents, headlining the Summer Soulstice Festival, expanding the musical message on Talk Radio’s @BadassWomensHr and on Traxsource charts for her single releases ‘You Gotta Be’ and ‘The Sweetest Pain’, covers of Des’ree’s ‘You Gotta Be’ and Dexter Wansel’s ‘The Sweetest Pain’.

She works with music producer, DJ Spen and is preparing for her debut album release, after the success of her singles, ‘Elevation’ and ‘Flowered Tears’ which charted at number two in the UK Soul Charts as well as achieving “Track of the Week” status on BBC6 Music and MiSoul.

From jazz and reggae, pop to classical, soul, RnB and house music, Emma-Louise worked with artists like Alicia Keys, Omar, Debbie Harry, Caron Wheeler, Jocelyn Brown, George Nooks and Sanchez.

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