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Emma Blackery

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Residence  Basildon, Essex
Role  YouTuber
Occupation  YouTuber, musician
Height  1.57 m

Years active  2011–present
Employer  YouTube
Name  Emma Blackery
Education  Bromfords School
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Full Name  Emma Louise Blackery
Born  11 November 1991 (age 29) (1991-11-11) Basildon, Essex, UK
Known for  Comedy, Singing, Reading, Vlogging
Notable work  Distance EP, Perfect EP.
Website  www.youtube.com/emmablackery/
Albums  Distance EP, Perfect EP, Human Behaviour EP


Similar  PJ Liguori, Evan Edinger, Stuart Ashen

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Emma Louise Blackery (born 11 November 1991) is a British singer-songwriter, YouTube vlogger, and author from Basildon, Essex. Her main YouTube channel has over 1.4 million subscribers and over 159 million video views. She also has a Vevo channel for her music videos which has over 1 million views and over 41,000 subscribers.

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Music

Blackery's first EP, Human Behaviour, was released in early 2012. Blackery initially created her YouTube channel, emmablackery, to promote her music. In July 2013, Blackery released her second EP, Distance, accompanied by a music video for the lead track, "Go the Distance". The music video was uploaded to her main YouTube channel and currently has more than 1,000,000 views. The EP reached No. 1 on the iTunes Rock chart within the first week of its release. Blackery released her third EP, Perfect, on 11 November 2014, her 23rd birthday, and the song "Perfect" entered the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart at number 8. Her fourth EP, Sucks to Be You, came out in 2016. The single peaked at No. 85 on the Scottish Singles Chart.

In April 2017, she launched her Vevo channel, with the videos for "Nothing Without You, "Don't Come Home", and "Magnetised". On 26 May, Blackery released her fifth EP, Magnetised. On 2 June, the EP debuted at No. 63 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming her first EP to chart on the Official Album Chart. The EP peaked at No. 5 on the UK Independent Album Chart and No. 2 on the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart. On 6 August, Blackery received a Summer in the City Song of the Year award for "Nothing Without You".

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On 4 April 2016, Blackery announced that she would be joining Pop punk band Busted as a special guest on their Pigs Can Fly tour 2016. She toured by herself in October 2016 and from May to June 2017. She also occasionally performs at YouTube events.

YouTube

Blackery currently has three active YouTube channels, and multiple previously active channels which have either been deleted, left inactive, or re-branded into new channels.

  • emmablackery – Blackery's main channel, created in May 2012, on which she hosts her primary content including vlogs, music videos, comedy sketches and other miscellaneous content. She began to gain a following from reading excerpts from Fifty Shades of Grey on her channel, but these videos were later removed due to copyright complaints. During her Fifty Shades of Grey series, Blackery also began uploading comedy vlogs, inspired by Shane Dawson and Dan Howell. One of her most viewed videos to date is "My Thoughts on Google++", a comedy song complaining about the site's integration with YouTube.
  • Vloggery – Blackery's second active channel which is dedicated to daily, weekly and monthly vlogs, advice, tips and serious talk subjects. Up until April 2017, it was used as a platform to release her music videos.
  • EmmaBlackeryVEVO – Blackery's third channel. As a new channel created solely to upload her own music videos, currently there are three videos on there, "Nothing Without You (Official Video)", "Magnetised (Official Video)" and "Don't Come Home (Official Lyric Video)".
  • References

    Emma Blackery Wikipedia