|Full Name||Madison Elle Beer|
|Born||March 5, 1999 (age 23)|
|Birth Place||Jericho, New York, United States|
|Occupation||Singer, Songwriter, Model, Actress|
|Genres||Pop, R&B, Dance-pop|
|Instruments||Vocals, Guitar, Piano|
|Net worth||$18 million|
|Social media||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube|
Early Life and Career Beginnings
Madison Elle Beer was born on March 5, 1999 in Jericho, New York to a Jewish family. From a young age, she was drawn to singing and performance, often putting on shows for her family. As a pre-teen, Madison taught herself to play guitar and piano, showing immense natural talent and dedication.
At just 12 years old, Madison decided to start a YouTube channel in 2012 to share videos of herself singing covers of popular songs. Her soulful and emotive vocal tone on renditions of artists like Etta James left viewers astounded that such mature vocals could come from someone so young.
Her life changed forever when pop star Justin Bieber happened to come across her viral cover of Etta James‘ "At Last". He was so impressed that he tweeted the video out to his tens of millions of followers overnight. Soon after, Justin signed the then 13-year-old to his manager Scooter Braun‘s record label, Island Records.
With immense promise seen in her, Madison Beer flew to LA at age 13 to start working on original music. She developed her songwriting skills alongside top producers. In 2013, her debut pop single "Melodies" was released, featuring Bieber himself. It reached #30 on the US Billboard Hot 100, an impressive feat for a new artist.
Over the next few years, Madison honed her craft while completing high school. She signed with modeling agencies like IMG and Wilhelmina, appearing in ads for major brands. But her passion remained in music.
In 2018, Madison made her musical comeback with the release of her debut EP "As She Pleases", led by the singles "Dead" and "Say It To My Face". The vulnerable lyrics about self-esteem and mental health struggles resonated strongly with her predominately Gen Z audience. The EP reached #2 on the US Heatseekers Albums chart, proving Madison had carved a space for herself in the indie-pop world.
Rising to the Top with Debut Album
After years of patiently working on finding her sound, Madison Beer was ready for the spotlight again in 2021. She released her debut album, "Life Support", showing impressive artistic growth since her debut single 8 years prior. The album presented a cohesive 13-track narrative of her journey into womanhood.
"Life Support" debuted at #1 on the US Top Heatseekers Albums chart and #13 on the Billboard 200. Madison co-wrote emotional songs like "Blue" and "Stay Numb And Carry On" that were praised for inclusively capturing Gen Z experiences. With this album, Madison proved she could craft hits while remaining authentic.
Collaborations with Music Giants
While building her solo career, Madison Beer has consistently gained recognition from established artists who see her talent:
- In 2019, EDM duo The Chainsmokers featured her on their track "All Day Long" which reached #65 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
- In 2020, she made her debut into the Asian market by collaborating with K-pop phenomenon BTS on the track "Boy With Luv". It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, introducing her to new global audiences.
- She teamed up with rapper Offset for the emotive track "Hurts Like Hell" in 2021, where he complimented her "superstar" abilities.
These high-profile collabs have showcased her versatility as an artist who can thrive in any genre.
Impact on Pop Music
Madison Beer has undeniably left her mark in pop music, with influence beyond her years:
- Over 23 million Instagram followers and 1 billion video views make her one of Gen Z‘s most notable faces
- Her singles have amassed over 300 million global streams
- She has received praise for normalizing discussions on mental health in the music industry
- Madison has used her platform to support organizations like Make-A-Wish Foundation and Pencils of Promise
- Her singing and songwriting chops have been complimented by artists like Bieber, Offset and Troye Sivan
Still only 23, Madison has achieved immense success and carved her own lane in the pop realm. She has the star power to keep thriving for years to come.
What‘s Next for Madison?
Never one to slow down, Madison Beer is continuing to expand her horizons in 2023 and beyond:
- She is currently working on her highly anticipated sophomore album, which is rumored to have a mature pop-punk direction
- Madison is making her acting debut in the film "The Idol" starring The Weeknd, set for release in late 2023
- She aims to take on more philanthropic initiatives related to sustainability and climate action
- International touring and collabs with artists across genres are also likely in Madison‘s future
Knowing Madison Beer‘s dedication and passion, there is undoubtedly even more history left for her to make. At just 23, her career continues to be one of the most exciting to follow in the music industry today.