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John Galea is a sensational British/Maltese Singer and a popular Songwriter originally born in Norfolk, United Kingdom. He is gained a lot of fame by working with Grime rapper Scorcher (rapper) on the single Golddiggin produced by The Monarch (production team).

Career

John Galea was born in Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom. John's started his musical career when his Dad brought home an electric organ. After performing locally in Norfolk John, he moved to London. At the age of 19, he won a UK National Song writing Contest and signed a contract with London management. In 2012, Galea released his first E.P ‘The Scrapbook after supporting McFly on their tour which was followed up by the release of his 2nd E.P ‘Under Attack’ in 2013. It was featured from Scorcher (rapper) on his track ‘Golddiggin’. He launched the E.P that was sold out in Borderline, London. 2014, turned out to be the turning point in his career, John released his new single struggling from his 3rd E.P ‘Notes from My Piano’, and even made his TV debut on London Live with his band. In 2016, John also co-wrote Sony Music's signing Lao Ra’s EP, and has been working on new music with Frankmusk. He also featured on BBC Radio Norfolk, and launched his own music management company – Zamna Media. John is a talent singer, and this helped him reach top 20 commercial dance charts with I am a Survivor.

Achievements:

During his career span till date, he has witnessed a number of high points which helped him grow as a singer. He was a Winner of UK Song writing Contest 2006, and even titled as the Writer of Number 1 Maltese song Front line by Thea Garett Supported McFly. And, he has witnessed record breaking On Tour over 1 million YouTube Views.

Discography

  • The Scrapbook E.P (2012)
  • Under Attack E.P (2013)
  • Notes From My Piano (2014)

Songwriting Credits

  • Frontline Thea Garrett- (2011)
  • Trendsetter - Joelina - (2012)
  • Perfectly In Tune Gianluca Bezzina - (2013)
  • Jesus Made Me Bad - Lao Ra - (2016)
  • Tell Me Why -Lao Ra - (2016)
  • Daddy Issues -Lao Ra - (2016)

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