Karen Harding is an English singer and songwriter from Consett, County Durham. Her first single, "Say Something", released in February 2015, reached the Top 10 UK singles chart.
|Born||November 18, 1991, Consett, County Durham, England|
|Genres||House, R&B, pop, 2-step garage|
|Labels||Method, Capitol Ultra Records|
|Associated acts||MNEK, Gorgon City|
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Initially famous for competing on The X Factor UK and Eurovision: Your Country Needs You, she went on to sign with Capitol Records and release the 2015 UK Top Ten single "Say Something."
She began her career in 2008, winning a talent contest called Music Means Life and subsequently recording a cover version of the Billie Holiday hit 'Strange Fruit.'
Born to a British father and a Filipina mother, she grew up in Consett, County Durham, England with a brother.
She was eliminated from Eurovision: Your Country Needs You following her performance of the Kylie Minogue song "What Do I Have to Do."
- Musicians of County Durham
- British Filipino musician
- British musician
- British dance musicians
- Capitol Records artists
Latest information about Karen Harding updated on May 17 2021.