Jamie-Lee Kriewitz, known as Jamie-Lee, is a German singer and activist. Born and raised in Bennigsen, Hanover, she performed as a member of the German children's choir Joyful Noise before auditioning for the fifth season of The Voice of Germany in 2015. She competed with was one of ten- seven composers members of the Michi & Smudo team and then became the winner after getting 38% of the audience's votes. Kriewitz's first and winning single, "Ghost", peaked at 11th place in the GfK Entertainment Charts, 65th place in the Top 40 of Ö3 Austria and 26th place in the Swiss Hitparade. She then signed a recording contract with Universal Music Group; Her debut studio album, Berlin, was released on April 29, 2016 and reached No. 18 on the GfK Entertainment charts.
|Born||Jamie-Lee Kriewitz, March 18, 1998, Bennigsen, Hanover, Germany|
Garnered widespread renown after winning The Voice of Germany's 5th season in 2015. On April 29, 2016, she released her debut full length studio album, Berlin.
She had intended on attending university to study Korean Studies. She successfully auditioned for The Voice of Germany on the October 15, 2015 episode.
She participated as Germany's representative at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest where she sang her single "Ghost." It went on to peak at #11 on the German Entertainment Charts.
Her father played drums for the German punk band 3Zylinder.
She sang alongside Ami Haddad, who finished in 1st place, at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016.
Voice of Germany. German child singer. German pop singer. Vegan activists