Fresh and full of creative energy, Emme is an up-and-coming songwriter, singer and drummer from South Africa.
With a Bachelor in Music from Berklee College of Music (2017) where she double-majored in Songwriting and Drum set performance, Emme is a promising artist full of potential and unique ideas. She has been drumming for recording sessions and live performances for the past ten years, and brings a positive attitude and professionalism beyond her years to every project she undertakes. She is also a favourite amongst producers, and has top-lined many tracks of various styles throughout the past few years. Her specialty is pop, indie, singer-songwriter and R&B.
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It’s always a pleasure to work with Emme she knows how to work for me
Great and lovely
Emme is great and so cool to work with !!!
We will work soon together !!!
Did a wonderful job on several pop tracks. Great writer and singer. Will work with her again
Interview with Emme
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I have been hugely influenced by Norwegian pop! And British pop too... Honestly, the Europeans just know where it's at! (No offence America, I really love you too).
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: My promise to my clients is that the lyrics and music I deliver will always be authentic, and something I believe in and stand behind. I promise never to give you something that is generic or cheap; I care about this work and it is important to me never to give you something if I know I could do better.
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: One project that I especially enjoyed was co-directing and releasing a music video of one of my original songs. I absolutely love working with mixed media, and music videos are one of my favourite artistic expressions. The process was super fun - the song is about me being nerdy, being different from the norm and not wanting to go out and party all the time, and it was really fun expressing that in visuals. You can check it out here: https://youtu.be/Uiok1mTDeeY