Sam Smith

Its very hard to believe he has been around for over 8 years in the music industry. His very first breakthrough song “Latch” rose as high as number 11 on the UK Singles Chart back in 2012. He began to see incredible commercial success for his studio album back in 2013. And his third song “stay with Me” reached number 1 across the billboard 100 in various countries across the world. Another song from the album “I’m Not the Only One” also cracked the top 5.

Smith in 2014 alone was nominated for 6 Grammy Awards he won 4 Grammy Awards one for Best New Artist, Reords of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album.

Smith attended St. Mary’s Catholic School in Bishop’s Stortford. He was a multiple time member of the Choir.

Smith is regarded as one of the best vocalists in the world, his songs all have such emotion and caring within themint brings tears to peoples eyes. he is also very much engaged on social media and talking to his fans, he tries to reply to all fan mail letters personal.

Smith cites a ton of different artists as his influences, most notably the powerhouse Adele, Whitney Houston and the late great Amu Winehouse. He also further lists Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, and Mariah Carey. Smith is not ashamed to say he very rarely listens to male artists, he only listens to woman become of the sheer power their voices possess.

In May 2014, Smith came out to the public and told the world he was Gay. During his speech at the Grammy Awards Smith said “I would like to thank the man that I fell in love with last year – the man who this album is about. Thank you so much for breaking my heart, because you got m four Grammys!”

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