After the international success of her double platinum single “Under” that charted top 10 in Germany, France, Swizerland, Belgium, Russia, Poland, Greece & Turkey, and her double platinum-selling album “Together Alone”. Alex is back with another Smash Hit, “Take Home to Mama”, that she co-wrote with some impressive names from the industry. Mike Caren CEO of A.P.G & C.O at W.M.G; Aton Ben- Horin executive & record producer, Global VP of A&R for all of WMG labels (Atlantic Records & Warner Bros) ; Kirby Lauryen signed to Roc Nation (Kanye West « Only One », J-Lo « Let it be », Rihanna, Kanye West & Paul McCartney « FourFiveSeconds »), Double platinum selling producer & songwriter “ Axident” known for his Double Platinum-selling singles platine (Justin Bieber « Company », Jason Derulo « Wiggle », Icona pop « Clap Snap », Pitbull ft. John Ryan « Fireball », etc …). This latest hit was produced by award winning producers Pete Boxsta & Craigie Dodds (best known for their collaborations with artists such as que James Arthur, Jessie J, Amy Winehouse , Gorillaz, Kano, Rizzle Kicks), mixed by Manny Marroquin & Mastered by randy Merrill.

Alex Hepburn was born and raised in London UK. She began her career as adolescent working with beat makers & rappers in the London Urban scene, singing her pain and soul over Hip Hop beats. Armed with her broken raspy vocals and honest gut-wrenching lyric, her voice is unique and timeless.

Alex was the opening act for the Bruno Mars European “Doo-Woops & Hooligans” tour and opened for Bruno Mars again at British Summer Time in 2018, Hyde Park London on the main stage. She has also opened for Lianne La Havas, Alex Clare, Texas, Amy Macdonald, James Morrison & headlined 3 European tours and many huge festivals in Europe.

Alex’s much-anticipated album “Things I’ve Seen” is due for release April the 19th 2019 with some very impressive talent such as breathtaking feature with James Arthur called “Burn me Alive” that James helped Alex write about the suicide of her sister. Furthermore, Alex has worked with talent such as Amir from Rudimental, James Newman, King Henry, Russ & Chris Ballard, & even a song with a sample of Aretha Franklin that she personally approved before her passing (a song Alex wrote called “I Believe”).

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