Emily Warren Talks Working With The Chainsmokers, Singing on 'Paris'
Taylor Weatherby talks with Emily Warren about how it was working with The Chainsmokers on their recent single "Paris," which was released on January 13th. Learn more about the collab here.This article originally appeared on BILLBOARD
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Drew Taggart & Emily Warren
Emily Warren has been the talk of the music world Friday (Jan. 13), as the new Chainsmokers track "Paris" features an uncredited female voice that was rumored to be a French singer named Luane or even Selena Gomez. But it was, in fact, three-time Chainsmokers collaborator Warren who provided vocals for the song, and now fans are eager to know more about who exactly this girl is.
The 24-year-old New York native first got to know the Chainsmokers after they picked up her breakup tune "Until You Were Gone," eventually setting up a writing session with the dance duo's Drew Taggart -- along with fellow songwriter Scott Harris -- that ultimately resulted in the Chainsmokers' Grammy-nominated smash "Don't Let Me Down" (more to come on that story later).
"It’s been a really great creative relationship since then," Warren tells Billboard all the way from London, where she's currently working on projects with various artists. Even though she's not technically credited on "Paris" -- hence the hullabaloo over who the girl on the song is -- Warren is really excited about the latest Chainsmokers tune...