Autumn Rowe

Autumn Rowe

Biography

Displaying an abundance of talent from an early age, Autumn honed her skills on the New York session circuit, where she sang and wrote songs with a diverse array of artists (Randy Brecker, DJ/Producer Todd Terry and Swizz Beatz).

2009 saw Autumn land her first major deal as a songwriter with B-Room/Water Music Publishing. This led her to a joint publishing deal with Stellar Songs/Stargate Productions/EMI SONY ATV, with Autumn’s debut collaboration on Alexis Jordan’s single “Happiness” (Deadmau5) named the Official Song of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany.

Her career exploded into life with several tracks charting as high as #1 on the Billboard charts in the US, UK and Ireland (Cher Lloyd – Swagger Jagger, Karmin – Hello). She has worked with Leona Lewis on “Collide,” (produced by Avicii) and has written music for notable artists, including The Saturdays, Little Mix, Kylie Minogue, Estelle, Kelis, Alexandra Burke and Nicole Scherzinger. Alongside her songwriting talent, Autumn has shown expertise as a featured vocal coach on Fox’s The X Factor USA Season 2, working alongside Simon Cowell, LA Reid, Britney Spears, and Demi Lovato, as well as America’s Got Talent. Fifth Harmony (The X-Factor), enlisted Autumn’s expertise in completing their first project, showcasing her ability to collaborate with both established and upcoming artists.