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The ‘Girl On Fire’ singer says she expects to work with the Scottish star numerous times during her career.

Alicia Keys says she “would love” to work with Emeli Sande again and hopes to collaborate with the ‘Clown’ singer-songwriter many times in the future.

The US star worked with the Scottish singer on the song ‘Brand New Me’ from her recent album ‘Girl On Fire’, released as the record’s second official single, and says the two have a “great chemistry” when writing music together.

“I would love for us to write again,” Alicia revealed exclusively to Capitalfm.com. “We have just a great chemistry, a great energy.

“She’s a beautiful, incredible artist with a lot to say, I think,” the singer explained. “And I think she’s going to really, really stand the test of time.

“So I look forward to us working numerous times together,” Alicia added

The ‘Girl On Fire’ singer was speaking fresh from her performance last week at US President Barack Obama’s inauguration ball, where she reworked the lyrics of her recent single to become “Obama’s on fire”.

Alicia explained to Capital that she had wanted to do something “special” and “unique” to celebrate the momentous occasion of Obama being sworn in for a second term.


Hello everyone, so yesterday Emeli arrived and performed at the 2013 NRJ Music Awards and we now have some photos!

Check out the photos below and visit the gallery to view them in their full size.


Last night Emeli took to the NRJ Music Awards stage to perform her song ‘Read All About It, Pt. III’.

The performance helped Emeli’s charting in France, as of right now ‘RAAIPt.III’ is #5 and rising and ‘Next To Me’ is #245 and also rising. Also, ‘Our Version of Events’ is sitting at #2 on the album charts!

We have a video of the performance but it is not the best quality but as soon as a better video is uploaded will will upload it. Enjoy the performance above.

Last night, Emeli had another stop on her US tour at Lincoln Hall in Chicago, Illinois. Check out the performances you want to see by clicking their link below. When more videos appears, we will add them to the list below.

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She was often likened to the ‘Rolling In The Deep’ singer, and now former X Factor contestant Ella Henderson is working with Adele’s songwriter and also woman-of-the-moment Emeli Sande, on her debut album.

The 17-year-old, who competed in last year’s X Factor, is already in the studio working on her debut record, just weeks after she signed a record label deal with Sony Music. In a bid to create sure-fire hits, Ella has revealed that she is working with some of the biggest songwriters in the UK.

“I’ve always been a massive, massive fan of Emeli. I’m in awe of her for songwriting reasons ” Ella told Heat magazine.

“I’m meeting with her soon, we’ve spoken but not met face to face. It feels so weird that I’m coming into a world with an artist I respect.”

As if Emeli Sande wasn’t impressive enough, Ella will also be hooking up with Ed White, who had a hand in penning Adele’s ‘Chasing Pavements’.

Emeli Sande will be writing lending some of her world-class talents to Ella’s debut LP

“When I got the Adele tweet I was like, ‘Ohhhhh my god’. She’s world class,” an excited Ella revealed.

“She’s not been in touch, I hear rumours that she likes me. And it would be amazing to one day meet her and do a collaboration.”

For those who can’t wait for an album to hear Ella’s stunning voice, you catch her at the National Television Awards on Wednesday on ITV1.


Emeli returns to SiriusXM to tell us all about her top selling album “Our Version of Events” and to play you some of the newest Hits 1 music from The Cab, DJ Pauly D, Hunter Hayes, and fun. She’ll also share details about working with Labrinth as well as about breaking through in the US and her current tour!

Broadcast Times for Hit-Bound (1 hour):

  • 1/19 at 1am, 5am, 9am and 2pm ET.
  • 1/20 at 12am, 4am, 8am, 12n, 4pm and 8pm ET.
  • 1/21 at 3pm and 7pm ET.
  • 1/22 at 12am and 4am ET.

“I need to finish these tours and really sit down and dedicate some proper time to writing,” says the singer-songwriter.

Last year was good one at home for British singer Emeli Sande, with a five-times platinum debut album, “Our Version of Events,” a pair of No. 2 singles (“Heaven, “Next To Me”) and the BRIT Awards for Critic’s Choice. And 2013 dawned with four more BRIT nominations.

It was “more than I ever really expected,” Sande tells Billboard. And now she hopes to build some momentum across the pond.

“I think my biggest challenge for this year is bringing the music over here and to the rest of Europe,” says Sande, who’s on tour in North America through Feb. 8 and kicks off a European mainland run in early March, with U.K. dates later that month. “The way I’m approaching it is the same way we did in the U.K. It’s so important to build a fan base from the grass roots up and start with very small shows and a real emphasis on live music. That’s what I’m doing here (in North America), just doing small shows and building naturally. You can’t really force it, so I’m just trying to introduce the music slow and steady.”

Emeli Sande, Mumford & Sons Lead BRIT Award Nominations

Sande, who opened for Coldplay in 2012, says she knows it requires repeat visits to crack the American market and promises that “I’ll be back later. I’m just learning the culture and the people I’m singing to now.” But she’s also starting to look towards her second album, which means “closing up” the “Our Version of Events” cycle this spring (her last announced show is April 10 in London) so that she can start the project in earnest.

“I haven’t really had time to kind of stop and think about what I want to do yet,” she says. “I’m trying to write on the road, but I think I need to finish these tours and really sit down and dedicate some proper time to writing.” Sande says that “there are a lot of producers that I’ve worked with, either writing for other people or trying ideas for myself,” including Emile Haynie (Eminem, fun., Kid Cudi, Kanye West, Lana Del Rey). She’s also thinking about relocating for a time to the U.S. for some of the process.

“Being able to do this tour now gives me a chance to scope out each city along the way,” Sande says. “I really liked Atlanta. I really like New York. I’m sure I’ll work in England some more, too. I’m just so happy the people in the U.K. could really connect to the music, and I’m not abandoning them or anything like that.”


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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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