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Sir Elton John has chosen Emeli Sande to perform at big Oscar party on February 24th. She’s the Scottish singer who’s about to break as big as Adele here in the US with her album “Our Version of Events.”

I went to see Emeli last night in Hollywood at the Key Club in a showcase sponsored by Pfizer and Chapstick (Viagra joke can be made here). She was absolutely sensational, mind blowing, unique. By accident I’ve seen Emeli sing three times in LA since Saturday and she’s just been outstanding and astouding each time.

Each year Elton gets a cutting edge act to perform at his all star celebrity party set up next to the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. Proceeds from the dinner and party benefit his and David Furnish’s Elton John AIDS Foundation, one of the few charities that really achieves its goals and has vanquished AIDS in many parts of the world.

In the past they’ve had Nelly Furtado, the Scissor Sisters, and even Prince at the party. They also get the creme de la creme of celebs, from Sting and Paul McCartney to Hugh Jackman (this year’s co chairman of the dinner) to Sharon Stone and Quincy Jones.

Today in a release Elton called Emeli’s album “a true work of art. I predict that by next year she will be a multiple Grammy winner.”

Indeed, he’s right–the next year is going to be a big, slow build for Emeli. I just hope she can keep calm as her career explodes. I do think people are going to be fighting to get into the EJAF Oscar party to see her– and maybe hear her sing with Elton on at least one song. After hearing her last night, it’s easy to imagine her big soulful voice on one of his many hits.


British singer/songwriter Emeli Sandé‘s music is like an enveloping hug; we want to snuggle with that warm, comforting voice of hers all day long!

The talent-stuffed individual recently stopped by and performed a flawless live version of her smash hit single Next To Me

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Yesterday it was confirmed by Just Jared and Emeli’s label (via Twitter) that at the end of this month (February) Emeli plans to release a remix of ‘Next To me’ featuring Kendrick Lamar.

This is great news and will only help Emeli with breaking America. Kendrick is currently a very in-demand artist in America. I cannot wait to hear this remix, it should be great!

Read Just Jared’s official statement below:

While she already has a large niche fan base, you may not know who Emeli Sande is yet, and that is why she is this week’s pick for JustJared.com and KIIS FM 102.7‘s JJ Music Monday!

The 25-year-old British singer just had a huge weekend being introduced to the U.S. music industry at parties celebrating the 2013 Grammy Awards.

Emeli performed at the Universal Party on Saturday (February 9), created huge buzz at Clive Davis‘ annual party later that night (pictured below), and now she has a remix version of her song “Next to Me” featuring Kendrick Lamar coming out later this month!

So what do you guys think? Are you excited? Let us know your reaction in the comment section or in our chatbox!

A few days ago Emeli attended her first ever Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Awards Party. Emeli did several interviews while on the red carpet. View some of the interviews below. Emeli says that Frank Ocean has been her favorite new artist this year, once the tour is done she is writing more music, and much more!


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With 1 million copies sold in the UK alone, last year saw Emeli Sande beat Adele’s ’21′ to become the highest selling LP in the nation in 2012. Now, with the US slowly but surely catching onto her well deserved hype, tonight will see the ‘Heaven’ genius perform live at the ‘ChapStick Sessions concert’ at Hollywood’s Key Club, in association with MySpace with support from Skylar Grey. So, ever to eager to catch up with the acts you care most about, That Grape Juice caught up with Ms. Sande before the hotly anticipated show’s live stream hits the air in a matter of hours. Check it out below…

TGJ: Hi Emeli! How are you?

Emeli: I’m good thanks. I’m actually getting ready for gig at the ChapStick Sessions tonight, so all is well.

TGJ: Great, we’re looking forward to it. So,we love ‘Our Version’ and in December it hit sales of 1 million copies sold in the UK, what are your thoughts on its commercial success?

Emeli: It was very unexpected. I made an album that I loved but you never know how people are gonna react, so I’m very happy. I think a lot of it was word of mouth, you know friends telling friends which has been great(laughs).

TGJ: There’s been so much talk regarding your new album. When can we expect it? What can we expect in the way of sound? Producers?
Emeli: I really don’t know yet. At the moment I’m still kind of touring and I’m trying to fit in different times for me to write, but as of now I’m not really sure about it, but I’m excited about it.
TGJ: You’re one of the only UK acts that can boast of having a ‘mega selling’ album and smash hit singles, why do you think this?
Emeli: I’m not sure. You know, there’ve been a lot of artists that have been successful and who’ve done amazing numbers like Ed Sheeran and Adele, and If I’m being honest that’s down to them putting out songs that really mean something in people’s lives. It’s not flashy, it’s just life and I think that’s what made people connect.
TGJ: Right. So, The Brits are in a week’s time and you’re up for multiple what would winning t mean for you?
Emeli: Oh my gosh, winning a Brit would mean be amazing. I mean, winning Critics Choice last year was great but I hadn’t really proved myself yet but coming back this year- with the album being out- winning one would mean so much. It would be the best night of my life (laughs).
TGJ: As successful as you’ve been, very little is known or discussed about your private life. What inspired this decision and do you find it difficult given the social media age we’re in today?
Emeli: Right. You know I think it’s important for me to be able to come home and keep my sanity outside of everything  else. I think it’s important for every artist to be able to do that, which is why I’ve kept some part of my life private.
TGJ: You’ve enjoyed so much acclaim in the UK, how much pressure is there to match this in the US?
Emelie: Thank you.  I mean I’d love to match the success all around the world and it’s great because the album’s started to do really well in Europe. I’ve been doing a lot of shows and letting things happen naturally so I think everything will fall into place.
TGJ: As successful as the One Directions have been, it’s often quite difficult for UK acts to break in the US. Why do you think that is?
Emeli:I think it’s a combination of things. You really can’t go over there for a month or two you know, you really have to invest a huge chunk of your life to make it happen- you know to try and break it. Also, our music can be very specific and sometimes things that work in Europe don’t work elsewhere- you know there are so many different reasons. I think if you put out great music and your patient and willing to put the work in, it’ll work out.
TGJ: Speaking of the US, everyone over there is buzzing over Beyonce’s half-time show. What did you think?
Emeli: Yes! I loved it! I was in San Francisco and I just thought it was amazing and the best part about it was that she was singing live the whole way through. I loved it. She’s amazing. I’d actually love to write for her.
TGJ: We’d love to hear that. Moving on, many were surprised to see you perform three times at last year’s Olympics Ceremony in London, how did that come about?
Emeli:I was so honored to be asked. It was great to represent the country and when the opportunity came around I couldn’t turn it down. It was actually one of the highlights of my last year.
TGJ: You’re performing at the ChapStick sessions tonight. In an era of auto-tune, why is live performing so important to you?
Emeli: Live performances are important because it defines an artist. If you can really move somebody live it’s amazing because in that moment you express yourself and really help people, which to me is the whole point of music.
TGJ: And finally, what else does 2013 have in store for you?
I’m starting to write again which I’m really excited about, and of course there’s the BRITs so yeah, I hope to have a really fun and fast 2013.
TGJ: Emeli, thanks for speaking with us and good luck tonight.
Emeli: Thanks! Bye!

Hello everyone, so today we noticed that Emeli’s debut album ‘Our Version of Events’ turns 1 year old!Congrats Emeli on such a success debut album, the album has stayed in the top 10 on UK iTunes for a whole year! We can’t wait for many of your future albums to copy this success!

Read The Official Charts Companies official statement below:


Emeli Sande’s Our Version Of Events (4) celebrates its first birthday today with a full year inside the Top 10. The album was released on 10 February 2012, shortly after Emeli was announced as the BRITs Critics Choice winner. Our Version Of Events broke through the one million sales barrier in December, and has gone on to sell a cool 1.5 million copies here in the UK. Emeli Sande currently still holds the Official Chart record for the solo artist with the highest number of consecutive weeks inside the Top 10 with their debut album.

Last night Clive Davis held his annual Pre-Grammy Gala to celebrate a new yea in music. Emeli was among many stars at the event. Emeli even posted a photo of her meeting Jennifer Hudson.

Check out photos from Emeli’s performance below. Photos of her arrival on the red carpet will be uploaded when they are released.

View the thumbnails below and visit the gallery to see them in full by clicking here.

(Note) Emeli will be attending the Grammys tonight, but will NOT be performing this year.

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 A few nights ago Emeli finished off her US tour in California at the El Rey Theater. We have videos from her concert that have been uploaded to Youtube. Click the link to the video you want to see below.

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She says the Scottish singer is “super cool”

Misha B‘s album will feature a collaboration with Emeli Sandé.

The 20-year-old rapper – who was beaten by Little Mix to the title of X Factor champion in the UK in 2011 – will release her debut this summer, which will include a track which sees her team up with the Heaven singer.

She said: “I’ve even got a song co-written with Emeli on the album. She’s super cool, I’ve met Emeli quite a few different times.

“She’s just very inspirational, to see her journey just grow and grow and grow, and it’s all through the love of music and her message with her music touching people.”

Misha – who has had two UK Top 20 hits with Home Run and Do You Think of Me – promises the album will be eclectic and “Misha-ful”, and a reflection of her life and career so far.

She added: “It’s an audio diary of my life so far. I’d describe the sound as being very ‘Misha-ful’ because it’s me, there’s different influences here and there but the overall sound, it’s me.

“I feel like when the album’s out people will get a clearer idea of me as an artist.”

Will you be buying this forthcoming “Misha-ful” album?


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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.

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