Emma DD

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Emma Davidson Dillon
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OriginLondon, England
  • Hip hop music
  • Hip hop
  • Contemporary R&B
  • R&B
  • Pop music
  • Pop
  • Electronic music
  • Electronic
  • Record producer
  • Producer
  • Vocalist
  • Musician
  • Recording artist
  • Songwriter
Years active2015 (2015)–present
Associated acts
  • Tom Walker
  • Flo Rida
  • Samm Henshaw

"Emma DD" (Emma Davidson Dillon) is an LA based British singer and songwriter. Her cutting edge lyrics and innovative concepts, combined with brilliant melodies, have established her as one of the brightest new song writing talents around. Emma moves seamlessly between genres and is critically acclaimed for her work; most notably receiving praise from the likes of the Grammy Award[1], Complex (magazine), F Word Magazine[1] and Rolling Stone[2].


Born in London, Emma DD began her songwriting career writing such music as Flo Rida's "Dancer"[3], Snakehips "Falling"[4][5], Tom Walker|Tom Walkers "Angels"[6], Olivia O'Brien's "Fuck Feelings"[7] and Chance the Rapper's "Prisoner”[8].

Following a series of successful hit songs, Emma signed to Warner Chappell Music USA[9].

Outside of songwriting Emma DD is also known for being one half of the Alternative R&B duo, WESLEE with producer Josh Grant. Who's work has been featured in Grey's Anatomy.[10], FX (TV channel)'s "You're The Worst" and more.

The duo supported Jessie Ware at Annie Mac[11] Presents in February [12] and released their first EP "9F"; following up with singles "London Love", "Something Bout You", "Venus" and "Peaches".

Their first critically acclaimed single "Gassed" has received over 4 million worldwide streams to date.


Artist releases

Title Other Details
'Peaches' Format: Digital Download

Released: December 13th, 2019

Record Label: WESLEE

'Venus' Format: Digital Download

Released: November 1st, 2019

Record Label: WESLEE

'Something Bout You' Format: Digital Download

Released: August 16th, 2019

Record Label: WESLEE

'London Love' Format: Digital Download

Released: June 7th, 2019

Record Label: WESLEE

"9F" Format: Digital Download

Released: June 7th, 2018

Record Label: WESLEE


Artist Title Other Details
Mickey Guyton 'Black Like Me' Record Label: Capitol Records
Olivia O'Brien 'Fuck Feelings' Record Label: Universal Music Group
Samm Henshaw 'These Hands' Record Label: Columbia Records
Tom Walker (singer) 'Angels' Record Label: Relentless Records
Snakehips (duo), Malika 'Falling' Record Label: Columbia Records
Jordan Bratton, Chance the Rapper 'Prisoner' Record Label: RCA Records
Mira May, Moss Kena, Buddy 'You & Me (Feat Buddy)' Record Label: Ministry of Sound
WESLEE 'Bathwater' Record Label: WESLEE
Astrid S 'Atic' Universal Music Group
Samm Henshaw 'Only One To Blame' Record Label: Columbia Records
Jasmine Thompson 'Great Escape' Record Label: Atlantic Records
Samm Henshaw 'Our Love' Record Label: Columbia Records
Moss Kena 'Square One' Record Label: Ministry of Sound
Tayá, Yxng Bane 'When You're Sober' Atlantic Records
Samm Henshaw 'Night Calls' Record Label: Columbia Records


  1. "WESLEE On Exes Of "London Love," Annie Mac, New EP". GRAMMY.com. 2019-08-26. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  2. Bernstein, Jonathan; Bernstein, Jonathan (2020-06-02). "Mickey Guyton Addresses Racial Inequality in Personal New Song 'Black Like Me'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2020-07-09.
  3. "Flo Rida - Dancer". Discogs. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  4. Snakehips (Ft. MALIKA) – Falling, retrieved 2020-03-11
  5. "Emma Davidson-Dillon". IMDb. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  6. "Tom Walker Premieres New Song "Angels"". pm studio world wide news (in 日本語). Retrieved 2020-01-31.
  7. Olivia O'Brien – Fuck Feelings, retrieved 2020-07-09
  8. "Shazam". Shazam. Retrieved 2020-07-09.
  9. "DAVIDSON DILLON EMMA". es.warnerchappell.com. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  10. "10 British R&B/Soul Artists To Watch In 2018WESLEE". Complex.
  11. "Annie Mac's AMP Sounds: Weslee, Sunflower Bean and Jessie Ware play the Jazz Cafe in London - review". The Independent. 2018-02-26. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  12. "Weslee's 'Tongue Tied' Is A Trans-Atlantic Pop Sizzler".

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