• Emeli Sande Working On Mary J. Blige’s New Album
  • Passenger Wants To Collaborate With Emeli Sande
  • Zayn Malik’s collaboration with Emeli and Naughty Boy will be on 1D new album!
Loading the player...

Earlier this morning Kritikal posted a conversation between he and Emeli on Twitter about the new EP, Who Needs The World’, which is reportedly due out in October. View the tweet below:



“It’s fun writing for an icon” says the Scottish star…

She’s hugely successful in her own right, and now Emeli Sande has revealed she’s penned songs for two of the biggest stars in showbiz, Katy Perry and Britney Spears!
The Read All About It singer spilled the beans in a new interview with The Sun, calling Perry “awesome” and praising her work ethic.
The 26-year-old said: “I’ve written a song for Katy Perry’s album. We did a session together in New York.
Sande added: “She was awesome, she knows what she’s doing.”
The Scottish star also confirmed she has written a track for pop royalty Britney Spears alongside producer Naughty Boy.
Emeli continued: “Me and Naughty Boy did the Britney song and sent it off. It’s fun writing for an icon and being Britney for the day.”
Perry is currently gearing up for the release of her fourth studio album Prism, while Spears is counting down on her official website to a ‘big announcement,’ expected to be about her highly-anticipated eighth LP.
Source: MTV UK

Last night Emeli attended the grand opening of INK nightclub in London last night. We’ve added photos of Emeli leaving INK. View the thumbnails below and visit the gallery here to view the enlarged photos.


Today marks the official release of Emeli Sande’s second U.S. single ‘My Kind of Love’ music video. The audio which is the Redone and Alex P remix has now been sent or is currently being sent to radio.
This is by far one of the best video Emeli has done so far. Check out the music video below:

Emeli Sande is certainly one of the busiest women in pop with the ‘Clown’ star confirming that she has written a song for Katy Perry’s upcoming album ‘Prism’ while describing her recording session with the US singer as “awesome.”

The ‘Read All About It’ hitmaker, who is working on her second album following the success of her debut record ‘Our Version of Events,’ has been bridging the gap between her releases by penning songs with some of the biggest names in music and impressively, she has managed to lock down none other than one of pop’s princesses, Katy Perry.

Revealing details of their working relationship, Emeli told The Sun: “I’ve written a song for Katy Perry’s album. We did a session together in New York. She was awesome, she knows what she’s doing.”

Katy will be releasing ‘Prism’ on October 22 and has already enjoyed success with the lead single ‘Roar’ which is currently at number one on the iTunes chart in several countries including the US, UK and Australia.

Source: Entertainment Wise

Yesterday, in Philadelphia, Emeli Sande performed at the ‘Made In America’ festival. We’ve added photos of her performance. View the thumbnails below and view the enlarged images in our gallery here.

Emeli2BSande2B20132BBudweiser2BMade2BAmerica2BFesitval2B2CffZyYW5hVl.jpg Emeli2BSande2B20132BBudweiser2BMade2BAmerica2BFesitval2B71kBByn-geml.jpg Emeli2BSande2B20132BBudweiser2BMade2BAmerica2BFesitval2ByiqSuD19FJil.jpg Emeli2BSande2B20132BBudweiser2BMade2BAmerica2BFesitval2B48auQJjKRh0l.jpg Emeli2BSande2B20132BBudweiser2BMade2BAmerica2BFesitval2BPXQ8VTfTx3Ll.jpg


Last night, I got to catch up with U.K. songstress Emeli Sandé at a dinner sponsored by Hennessy Black. We chatted about her upcoming show at the Made in America music festival, what she makes of the recent spike in celebrities cutting their hair, her favorite type of shoe to collect, and more.

Glamour: You’re heading out to the Made in America music festival this weekend. Tell us what we can expect from the show and your concert outfit.

Emeli Sandé: I think people are always sort of surprised that the show is quite energetic. I loved feeding off the crowd. It’s going to be all the songs off the the debut album, Our Version of Events, and to be honest I’ve got a few outfits sorted, but I don’t know which one I’m going to rock with yet.

Glamour: What do you tend to perform in?

ES: I prefer to be comfylike in trainers so I can run around and do my thing.

Glamour: Are you into sneakers? I see you’ve got on some sick Jordans right now.

ES: Yes, yes I’ve got a bit of an issue. I’ve got too many!

Glamour: What are your favorites?

ES: I just love the Jordan Flights. Any time there’s a new one out, my sister hits me up and she’ll be like “you’re in New York, make sure you get them!” so I’m collecting for her and me.

Glamour: Do you have some favorite sneaker shops?

ES: I love the one here, something about flight…

Glamour: Oh, yes, Flight Club! They’ve got rows and rows of shoes.

ES: Yes! The shoes are all wrapped up and they’re clean—it’s amazing!

Glamour: I’ve noticed your black-and-white nails. Tell me a little about them!

ES: Every time I go back to London, I go to my favorite nail salon in Hackney in East London. I’ve been going there for years and the girl who does them is amazing. She always does these cool designs. These look like piano keys, so these are my creative fingers [laughs]. I really like when she funks it up. You look at your hands so much, so you want them to look nice.

Glamour: Totally! So transitioning more into beauty topics, you’re rocking a cute winged eyeliner look and your hair is your signature. When did you cut your hair and start rocking the short cut and shaved sides?

ES: Well, I was studying medicine for like four years, and then I took the big leap and moved to London. I think it was a whole sort of a liberation thing for me. You know, I can wear what I want, I can try new things out — all of these people are inspiring me on the streets of London. So I had this Jamaican hairstylist, and she had this really short blond hair. Every time I’d go there I’d say, “oh, just take a little bit off the sides.” It used to be really big, and I’d be like “a little bit more, a bit more, a bit more,” and finally she was like, “should I just shave it?!” and I was like “yeah!” And that’s how it came to work.

Glamour: What do make of all the women like Beyonce that are going short now?

ES: I love it. For me I felt that sense of liberation and like, “wow, it’s just hair,” and when your hair is so big or defining it starts to get in the way, so I can feel that liberation that’s kind of spreading now.

Glamour: What sort of trends are you into when it comes to makeup?

ES: I mean, I love a red lip. I love wearing black a lot so it kind of just gives you the pop you need. Um, I really like to keep things simple. Before I used to go in and have dark eyes and so much, but now I think it’s cool to just have one or two statements.

Glamour: Any beauty regrets from when you were younger?

ES: [laughs] So many! My dad used to cut my hair when I was a kid, so you can only imagine how many issues come from that. I used to have triangle hair. I look back on pictures and I’m like, thank God I took control of this situation!

Want to learn more about Emeli Sandé? Check out some of our favorite songs by the artist over on Obsessed.

Source: Glamour

The new series of UK X Factor is about to begin. With the beginning of the new season comes the auditions. Posted via Youtube, Hannan Barrett takes on Emeli Sande’s ‘Read All About It, Pt. III’ for her incredible audition.

Check out Hannah’s soulful performance of ‘Read All About It, Pt. III’ above. What do you think of the audition? Leave your comments below?

Last night Emeli Sande performed a concert in Central Park in New York. Emeli gave an amazing performance of her new song ‘Who Needs The World’. Thanks to Kempire Daily you can watch the performance and hear the performance well. Emeli also confirmed that the EP’s title is ‘Who Needs The World’.

Before the song you can clearly hear Emeli say: ‘This is from the EP, ‘Who Needs The World’.

She explained about the song: ‘It’s about when you have that somebody that is everyone. Who needs the world if I have you?’

Watch the performance below:

None At The Moment
Elite & Tops

Chat Box
Our Version Of Events
Our Version of Events is the debut studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé. The album was released on 13 February 2012 by Virgin Records, following Sandé's winning of the Critic's Choice Award at the BRIT Awards 2012. Though Our Version of Events is her first release, Sandé has been active in the industry since 2009, most notable appearing on singles by Chipmunk ("Diamond Rings") and Wiley ("Never Be Your Woman"). The album features R&B, soul and pop music. Sandé began working on the album when she was eleven years old.

"Free" is a song by the British quartet Rudimental featuring vocals from English-born Scottish recording artist and songwriter Emeli Sandé. The song was released in the United Kingdom on 18 November 2013 as the sixth single from their debut studio album, Home (2013). Another version of the single also features American rapper Nas.

Photo Of The Month
Site Info
» Owners: Mac & Sarah
» Staff: You? (Email)
» Online: 07 February, 2012
» Hosting by: Flaunt.Nu
» Versions: #7 'Free'
» Layout by: Mac
» Contact: Email | Twitter | Facebook
» Hit counter: hits
» Useronline: 2 Users Online

Most Users Ever Online Is 89 On December 9, 2012 @ 8:45 pm
Legal Note
EmeliDaily.Com is in no way associated with Emeli, her management or any of her family members. We are here to bring fans ultimate features. No copyright infringement is intended. If you see anything here that needs to be removed, then please don't hesitate to contact us! Removing items must require reasons.

Copyright © 2012 - 2014 - EmeliDaily.com

DMCA - Privacy Policy
eXTReMe Tracker