Scottish singer and songwriter Nina Nesbitt was born on July, 1994 in the small village of Livingston, Scotland. At the age of 15, she learned how to play the guitar after listening to Taylor Swift’s, Fearless.
She debuted with her 2012 EP, The Apple Tree featuring the single, Stay Out and signed to Universal/Island Records soon after. The EP reached number six on the iTunes download and singer/ songwriter charts. Nesbitt covered U.K. rapper, Example’s Stay Awake and joined him on his tour after he heard her rendition of his song. She was in a relationship with fellow musician, Ed Sheeran, and was a subject for his songs such as, Photograph, Nina, and Friends.
Nesbitt released the EPs, Stay Out and The Way in the World in 2013. She did a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s, Don’t Stop for the John Lewis advertising campaign the following year. She officially put out her album, Peroxide on February 2014.
In 2016, before she left Island Records, she put out the Modern Love EP with the single Chewing Gum and self-released Life In Colour. The 2018 Somebody Special EP was the debut after Nesbitt signed to Cooking Vinyl, and the producers R3hab and Leon Lour was included in the remix version of it.
The following year, she supported Rudimental before her American headlining tour. Nesbitt wrote songs for artists such as, Olivia Holt, Jessie Ware, and The Shires. After five years and the same month since Peroxide, she released the mature and atmospheric sophomore album, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change.
Initially the single, Is It Really Me You’re Missing?, written by Nesbitt and Sam Preston was for Rihanna; however, she rejected it and Nina keep the single to include it onto the album. Her music will continuously develop growth, and create an impact towards others in the near future.
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