Emmalyn Estrada

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Emmalyn Estrada
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Emmalyn Estrada in 2009
Background information
Born (1992-04-05) April 5, 1992 (age 22)
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Pop, R&B, dance
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, dancer, actress
Years active 2009–present
Labels Sony, RCA
Associated acts G.R.L., The Pussycat Dolls, Boombox Saints,

Emmalyn Estrada (born April 5, 1992) is a Canadian pop singer, dancer, song-writer and actress of Filipino descent. Her first single, "Get Down" entered Billboard's Canadian Hot 100 chart the week of August 29, 2009 at No.88[1] and peaked at No.59 the week of October 31, 2009.[2]

Music career[edit]

In May 2009, Estrada competed in the 2009 Beat Music Awards hosted by Vancouver's The Beat 94.5.[3] Estrada won the competition[4] Her single, "Get Down" debuted on July 2, 2009 on the Kid Carson Show, again on The Beat 94.5. The single was nominated in the Dance/Urban/Rhythmic category of the 13th annual Canadian Radio Music Awards, which recognizes new songs that secured the most airplay on Canadian radio stations as recorded by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.[5]

In May 2009, Emmalyn released her first single "Get Down" with RockSTAR Music Corp after winning The 2009 Beat Music Awards. Emmalyn is not signed to RockSTAR Music Corp after winning The 2009 Beat Music Awards.

In November 29, 2010, Emmalyn's first music video for her first single "Don't Make Me Let You Go" premiered on her YouTube account. This is her first music video with her new record label TUG (The Ultimate Group) Music Entertainment.

In March 2013, Emmalyn had a recurring role in the popular A&E television series Bates Motel.

Emmalyn is currently in the girl group G.R.L along with Natasha Slayton, Lauren Bennett Paula Van Oppen and previously Simone Battle

Personal life[edit]

Emmalyn is the youngest in her family. In October 2009, Emmalyn decided to move to Los Angeles, California. In June 2011, Emmalyn moved back to live in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is the younger sister of Elise Estrada.

Singles[edit]

  • "Get Down"
  • "Don't Make Me Let You Go"

Awards and nominations[edit]

Canadian Radio Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2010 Get Down Best New Artist or Group-Rhythmic/Urban/R&B/Dance Nominated[6]

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