Samuel Frederick Smith is an English singer and songwriter who rose to fame in October 2012 after being featured on Disclosure's breakthrough single "Latch", which peaked at number eleven on the UK Singles Chart. Their subsequent feature—on Naughty Boy's "La La La"— became a number one single in May 2013. In December 2013, Smith was nominated for the 2014 Brit Critics' Choice Award and the BBC's Sound of 2014 poll, winning both.
|Birth name:||Samuel Frederick Smith|
|Born:||May 19, 1992, London, England|
|Genres:||R&B, pop, soul|
|Associated acts:||Disclosure, Jimmy Napes|
|Website:||Sam Smith (singer)'s Official site|
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About Sam Smith
English pop artist who broke onto the dance scene as a featured artist on the 2012 single "Latch" by electronic duo Disclosure. They were named Best New Artist at the 2015 Grammys and their single "Stay With Me" won Song of the Year.
They and their siblings were raised in the town of Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. They were a student at St. Mary's Catholic School before starting their singing career in 2012.
Their vocals were also featured on the #1 Naughty Boy single "La La La."
Their father was a stay-at-home-dad and their mother, a successful banker. They came out as gay in May 2014 and began dating Jay Camilleri in 2016. They then had a relationship with Brandon Flynn from 2017 until 2018. They have also dated actor Jonathan Zeizel and dancer Khasan Brailsford.
In March 2015, they recorded an alternate version of their single "Lay Me Down," featuring vocals from John Legend.
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