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Margaret Emlen Peake, mostly known as her stage name “emlyn”, is an emerging Alternative Pop singer/songwriter. She was featured on the cover of Spotify’s SALT playlist in October of 2021 and has had tracks placed in New Music Friday, Young & Free, Fresh Finds, New Pop Picks, and many others. She’s also been added to Apple Music’s New in Alternative and Amazon’s Fresh Pop, Girl Squad, and Feeling Blue playlists across the US, Europe, and Japan.

Originally from Nashville, Emlyn began writing songs at the age of 12. While attending the new school, she co-wrote a song for Matt Hartke entitled “Gold,“ which amassed over 20 million spotify streams and received major support on Siriusxm’s the coffee house. After graduation, she moved to Los Angeles and decided it was time to not only use her creative abilities for songwriting, but also to perform as a solo artist. Her recent releases have become the perfect opportunity to prove that she has the music industry at her fingertips.

Her debut EP “confessions of a drama queen” was released on the Summer of 2021 and has been streamed over 3M times and was described by Ones to Watch as “Oozing with confidence and power… enticing listeners to discover what other characters, interesting sounds, and sharp lyrics Emlyn has up her sleeve.” As a writer she’s shared the studio with many A-List producers including The Orphanage, Toby Gad, and The Futuristics as well as artists such as Alec Benjamin, Sam Fischer, Greyson Chance, and Kiiara.

She ultimately is a creator, so whether it’s working with other artists or championing a solo effort, she creates satisfying pop melodies with sincere lyrics that come from a genuine place of honesty that’s sure to be well received by the pop community and new generations who thrive on independence, trend on authenticity and crave relatability. In an interview with LADYGUNN, writer Zoe Elaine noted Emlyn’s songwriting style as “vulnerable, but not weak, acknowledging her fragility with authority.”

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