This column shares the fireside chat I had with multi-Grammy nominees, Emily King and Jeremy Most, at Lowenstein Sandler LLP’s January 2020 VentureCrushAV event in our New York City offices. During our chat, the duo graciously performed “Look At Me Now” (nominated for the “Best R&B Song, 2019” Grammy Award) off King’s Grammy-nominated album, Scenery (2019). 

A native New Yorker, Emily King, inspired by Jimi Hendrix (especially, “Castles Made of Sand”), began writing songs at 16. By 19, King had a Grammy-nominated album in the competitive R&B category. In her own words, “I worked on this record [East Side Story (2007)] with Chuckey [Thompson]. They put it out. It got nominated for a Grammy. Then I got fired.”

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