Madison Beer is a songwriter, platinum-selling recording artist, producer and author. Since making her music debut at the age of 12, Madison has evolved into a dynamic and versatile artist whose sound blends pop, R&B, and soul influences, with powerful, emotive vocals that convey a raw and honest portrayal of the human experience. With over 2.4 billion streams earned worldwide, Madison has developed a dedicated fanbase and garnered critical acclaim for her unique blend of soulful melodies, her powerful vocal range, and introspective lyrics that explore the complexities of love, heartbreak, and self-discovery. A creative force and visionary, Madison’s music videos and stage performances are meticulously crafted, offering an experience that transports audiences into her imaginative world through her keen eye for aesthetics.
As an independent artist, Madison released her debut EP As She Pleases, demonstrating self-assured conviction on the project’s standout track “Home with You” which reached number #22 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart and positioned her as the only independent female solo artist on the chart. Madison’s major label debut studio album, Life Support, was released in February 2021 and opened to critical acclaim. Life Support became Madison’s highest entry to date on the Billboard 200 and has since earned over one billion streams, while the album’s lead single “Selfish” went on to be certified RIAA platinum.
Most recently, Madison released her acclaimed second studio album Silence Between Songs, on which she wrote and co-produced all songs. Described as “psychedelic rock-inspired dream pop” (Variety) featuring “sweeping, heartfelt ballads” (NPR), the album includes singles such as the fan-favorite “Reckless,” which has garnered over 400 million worldwide streams, the summer anthem “Home To Another One,” and the cinematic “Spinnin”. With her exceptional talent for storytelling and emotional depth, Madison explored themes of growth, reflection, and introspection, while delivering a fresh sonic experience and infusing the album’s visual aesthetics with her distinctive artistic vision. The album was lauded as “her most stylish and mature work yet” (Vogue) as well as “masterful exploration of her artistic growth and her profound connection with listeners” (A Book Of), all the while “her vocals are as gorgeous as ever” (NYLON).