With rock star good looks and a clutch of international music awards, pop singer Emin's star continues to rise both at home and overseas.

Already a household name in Russia, Emin is positioned to do what no Russian male singer has ever done before — find crossover success in Western Europe and the US.

With rock star good looks and a clutch of international music awards, pop singer Emin's star continues to rise both at home and overseas.

Already a household name in Russia, Emin is positioned to do what no Russian male singer has ever done before — find crossover success in Western Europe and the US.

For his recent hit single, ”Boomerang," Emin teamed up with multi-Grammy award winning music legend Nile Rodgers.

Released worldwide through Warner/ADA on 25 September, “Boomerang” was play-listed on BBC Radio 2 (Europe’s largest radio station) and went top 40 on UK’s Music Week’s chart while the remix of “Boomerang” reached #9 on Billboard’s dance charts.

For his recent hit single, ”Boomerang," Emin teamed up with multi-Grammy award winning music legend Nile Rodgers.

Released worldwide through Warner/ADA on 25 September, “Boomerang” was play-listed on BBC Radio 2 (Europe’s largest radio station) and went top 40 on UK’s Music Week’s chart while the remix of “Boomerang” reached #9 on Billboard’s dance charts.



Emin recently supported UK super-group Take That on their 2015 European tour. Performing to stadium size arenas, Emin played to more than 60,000 people and received an incredible welcome from Take That fans. Dates included Munich, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich and Milan.

Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Emin moved with his family to Russia at the age of four. As a young boy Emin was sent to study in Europe which was later followed by a move to the America's East Coast. It was around this time that Emin discovered his passion for music, after his mother bought him a cassette of early Elvis recordings, not realizing how it would change her son's life.



Emin recently supported UK super-group Take That on their 2015 European tour. Performing to stadium size arenas, Emin played to more than 60,000 people and received an incredible welcome from Take That fans. Dates included Munich, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich and Milan.

Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Emin moved with his family to Russia at the age of four. As a young boy Emin was sent to study in Europe which was later followed by a move to the America's East Coast. It was around this time that Emin discovered his passion for music, after his mother bought him a cassette of early Elvis recordings, not realizing how it would change her son's life.

Emin began to write songs, sing and learned guitar and piano. He continued to hone and perfect his music throughout high school and recorded a full Russian album when he was 17. In 2006, he released his English language album, STILL. The debut effort was well received and gave him the confidence to release in succession, INCREDIBLE (2007), OBSESSION (2008) and DEVOTION (2009).

Emin began to write songs, sing and learned guitar and piano. He continued to hone and perfect his music throughout high school and recorded a full Russian album when he was 17. In 2006, he released his English language album, STILL. The debut effort was well received and gave him the confidence to release in succession, INCREDIBLE (2007), OBSESSION (2008) and DEVOTION (2009).

In 2010, Emin relocated to London to work with Brian Rawling, an internationally acclaimed producer, who has worked with superstars David Bowie, Cher, Kylie Minogue and Lionel Ritchie. Rawling immediately recognized Emin's talent as a vocalist and songwriter. Their first collaboration was the album WONDER (2010) which became a Radio 2 Album of the Week.

In 2010, Emin relocated to London to work with Brian Rawling, an internationally acclaimed producer, who has worked with superstars David Bowie, Cher, Kylie Minogue and Lionel Ritchie. Rawling immediately recognized Emin's talent as a vocalist and songwriter. Their first collaboration was the album WONDER (2010) which became a Radio 2 Album of the Week.

The follow-up to WONDER was an album AFTER THE THUNDER which produced two Radio 2 Singles of the Week, "Obvious" and "Any Time You Fall."
vTwo further singles, "Walk Through Walls" and "Baby Get Higher," received significant air play on Heart FM and Magic FM along with top 40 UK radio play.

The follow-up to WONDER was an album AFTER THE THUNDER which produced two Radio 2 Singles of the Week, "Obvious" and "Any Time You Fall."

Two further singles, "Walk Through Walls" and "Baby Get Higher," received significant air play on Heart FM and Magic FM along with top 40 UK radio play.

In 2012 Emin was asked to be guest performer at the Eurovision Song Contest, Europe’s best known and largest singing competition which was being held in his birth-country, Azerbaijan. Later that year, he performed once again in that country’s capital — this time with superstar Jennifer Lopez at her sell-out concert 25,000 fans at Baku’s Crystal Hall.

In 2012 Emin was asked to be guest performer at the Eurovision Song Contest, Europe’s best known and largest singing competition which was being held in his birth-country, Azerbaijan. Later that year, he performed once again in that country’s capital — this time with superstar Jennifer Lopez at her sell-out concert 25,000 fans at Baku’s Crystal Hall.

The following year, Emin entered the studio with the writers and produces of Deetown Entertainment in New York City to record, AMOR. The album was to take Emin in a new direction of dance, an exciting new venture for Emin.

The first single was the Latin-infused title track. “Amor.” The music video for “Amor” was shot in LA a few months later and featured Miss Universe 2012, Olivia Culpo. To date, the video has received five and a half million YouTube views.

The following year, Emin entered the studio with the writers and produces of Deetown Entertainment in New York City to record, AMOR. The album was to take Emin in a new direction of dance, an exciting new venture for Emin.

The first single was the Latin-infused title track. “Amor.” The music video for “Amor” was shot in LA a few months later and featured Miss Universe 2012, Olivia Culpo. To date, the video has received five and a half million YouTube views.

In November of 2013, Emin debut two tracks from AMOR when he performed them to nearly a billion TV viewers, in 160 countries, at the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. In June 2014, Emin flew to Monte Carlo to perform and receive a World Music Award for Best Artist (Azerbaijan), appearing on stage that night alongside Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, FloRida and Ricky Martin.

In November of 2013, Emin debut two tracks from AMOR when he performed them to nearly a billion TV viewers, in 160 countries, at the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. In June 2014, Emin flew to Monte Carlo to perform and receive a World Music Award for Best Artist (Azerbaijan), appearing on stage that night alongside Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, FloRida and Ricky Martin.

In 2014 Emin signed a worldwide publishing contract with Sony ATV. At the same time he signed a worldwide deal with Warner Music. In 2015, Emin released MORE AMOR through Saffron/Warner ADA. The first single from the album was “Woman,” co-written by Australian singer-songwriter, Charly Williams, who is featured on the track, and produced by Australian Pop Embassy and British hit-maker, Ash Howes (Kylie Minogue, Ellie Goulding, Jennifer Hudson, Annie Lennox).

In 2014 Emin signed a worldwide publishing contract with Sony ATV. At the same time he signed a worldwide deal with Warner Music. In 2015, Emin released MORE AMOR through Saffron/Warner ADA. The first single from the album was “Woman,” co-written by Australian singer-songwriter, Charly Williams, who is featured on the track, and produced by Australian Pop Embassy and British hit-maker, Ash Howes (Kylie Minogue, Ellie Goulding, Jennifer Hudson, Annie Lennox).

Emin had the opportunity to co-write on this CD with some of the best songwriters in the world, including Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue's "Can’t Get You Out of My Head"), Jamie Scott (One Direction’s "Story of My Life") and Wayne Hector (hit-maker for Britney Spears, Olly Murs, The Pussycat Dolls).

Emin had the opportunity to co-write on this CD with some of the best songwriters in the world, including Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue's "Can’t Get You Out of My Head"), Jamie Scott (One Direction’s "Story of My Life") and Wayne Hector (hit-maker for Britney Spears, Olly Murs, The Pussycat Dolls)."

Like other artists working in two languages, Emin has developed parallel careers, racking up hits and picking up awards in Russia. Recently Emin won a Golden Gramophone, the Russian Grammy, for his single which translates in English as “I Live Better Than Anyone," from his debut Russian language album, NA KRAU.

Like other artists working in two languages, Emin has developed parallel careers, racking up hits and picking up awards in Russia. Recently Emin won a Golden Gramophone, the Russian Grammy, for his single which translates in English as “I Live Better Than Anyone," from his debut Russian language album, NA KRAU.

Emin’s follow up, NACHISTOTY, was awarded Best Album (2015) by Russian music channel MUZ TV. His current Russian language CD, FALLING 8, released at the end of 2015, came in at #3 in album sales on Russian iTunes a few days after its release.

Emin’s follow up, NACHISTOTY, was awarded Best Album (2015) by Russian music channel MUZ TV. His current Russian language CD, FALLING 8, released at the end of 2015, came in at #3 in album sales on Russian iTunes a few days after its release.

Emin's media appearances include BBC Breakfast, Extra, ITV's Daybreak, Fox, Entertainment Tonight, Pro 7, The Today Show, E!, among others. He's been featured in The Sunday Times, The Sun, Bilt, Wall Street Journal, The Independent, GQ, Esquire, OK!, among others.

Emin's media appearances include BBC Breakfast, Extra, ITV's Daybreak, Fox, Entertainment Tonight, Pro 7, The Today Show, E!, among others. He's been featured in The Sunday Times, The Sun, Bilt, Wall Street Journal, The Independent, GQ, Esquire, OK!, among others.