Emma Rosso is a Basingstoke-grown Singer-Songwriter with a Christian influence. Once described as a British Lauren Diagle, Emma is a self-published Pop Artist with numerous singles and EP's. Her recent single 'Half The World Away' has had countless radio plays on various stations including BBC Radio 2. Emma's music sits between the mesmerising melodies of Sara Bareilles and the reflective lyrics of Hillsong. It is through honesty, emotion and personal experiences that Emma creates a relatable but hook driven song that will leave you wanting more.
Emma always describes her talent as a gift and wants to use it to spread the love of God far and wide.
The best place to keep up to date on Emma's music is her Facebook Page.
Emma's main musical inspiration is Sara Bareilles. Her beautiful mixture of pop, soul and jazz has created the foundation for Emma's vocal tone and technique. She is also influenced by Christian artists like Hillsong and Worship Central, and so she wants to create music that blend these genres together. Emma would love to be a part of one of these worship teams in the future. Being a grade 8 vocalist, Emma also loves teaching others to sing. She loves developing young voices and motivating others to discover their unique creativity, as she had once been encouraged to pursue herself.