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Emilia Anastazja writes warmhearted songs that mix pop and contemporary R&B with accents of electronic music, soul, and folk. Since her debut album "Blue," which was released in 2019 and received enormous media coverage, the artist has made a name for herself in the music scene. 

Growing up in a musical family and trained as a concert pianist since childhood, Emilia has had a deep connection to music from birth. Her passion for songwriting and a youth influenced by soul, jazz and classical music flow into her unique musical style today. In her lyrics, Emilia tells stories of love, loss, fearlessness, and self-discovery. With a fragile yet powerful voice, the Polish-Swiss artist has the ability to captivate her audience.

As a singer, guitarist, and songwriter, she collaborates with numerous musicians around the world in addition to her own project. She can be heard on songs with greats like Lil Durk, sang and produced on the recently released soundtrack to the film Creed 3, which was released on J. Cole's label "Dreamville", and releases songs with Swiss producer Audio Dope, which generate millions of plays on Spotify.

In spring 2024, Emilia will drop her first song from her new EP, which is scheduled to come out in early summer of the same year. Her new music blends alternative R&B and Soul, exploring themes of self-discovery, fearlessness and inner peace.

Live, Emilia Anastazja is on tour with her band of 4 musicians, optionally with two backing singers, or solo.

 

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“Emilia Anastazja surprised many with dreamy vocals which draw you in.. simply mesmorising. Think of the Soulful side of Joni Mitchell. (...) One to watch for sure it felt like a moment that those present will look back upon and see they saw her before she broke.”

– 15.02.23 Global Soul Radio

 

“The soft bluesy vocal improvisations recalled Lauryn Hill, but higher and breathy, Bjork-like.”

– 06.07.14 London Jazz News