Emeli Sandé is a British singer and songwriter. She began writing songs at an early age and eventually delved into singing. Sandé later gave up her medical studies to pursue music and had already bagged a couple of record deals with premier labels by then. She went on to perform with several of the U.K.'s most successful artists before embarking on a solo career in 2010. The talented singer had already won a ‘BRIT’ award and a ‘MOBO’ award before releasing her debut album, 'Our Version of Events,' in 2012. 'Our Version of Events’ consisted of four ''Top Ten'' pop singles. She made successful collaborations with Chipmunk (for 'Diamond Rings') and David Guetta (for 'What I Did for Love’). With several ''Top Ten'' entries as a featured artist, Sandé has written songs for Tinie Tempah, Leona Lewis, Alicia Keys, and rising U.K. artist Labrinth.