Jamie-Lee Kriewitz is a talented German singer and songwriter who was born in Hanover and grew up in the town of Springe. She developed an interest in music at a young age and began singing in a choir when she was just six years old. She later started writing her own songs and performing at local events, gaining a small but dedicated following.
In 2015, Jamie-Lee auditioned for “The Voice of Germany” and quickly made an impression with her unique style and powerful voice. She was eventually chosen by coach Michi Beck of the hip-hop group Die Fantastischen Vier and went on to win the competition with her performances of songs by artists such as Adele and Lana Del Rey.
Following her win, Jamie-Lee signed a record deal with Universal Music and released her debut single “Ghost” in December 2015. The song was a huge success, reaching number one on the German charts and earning her a nomination for Best National Single at the 2016 Echo Awards.
In May 2016, Jamie-Lee represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest with her song “Ghost.” Jamie-Lee unfortunately reached the 26th and last position in the Eurovision Song Contest. In the same year, Jamie-Lee released her debut album “Berlin”, which also hit the album charts in Germany. She won a Napster Fan Award for Top Individual Artist.
In 2017, Jamie-Lee was nominated for an Echo Music Prize in the category Artists Pop National. Jamie-Lee has since released several more singles, including “Wild One,” “Berlin,” and “Heartbeat distance” and has collaborated with other artists such as Michael Schulte and Liont. She has also performed at a number of music festivals and concerts throughout Europe. On 26 February 2021, her single “Seoul” was released. In May 2022, she released “Oh-oh”.
In addition to her music career, Jamie-Lee is also known for her unique and colorful style, often incorporating Japanese-inspired fashion and anime-inspired makeup into her looks.