By Melissa Stockton on December 1, 2017.
Serena Ryder does what she does naturally and effortlessly, and has done what she does naturally and effortlessly since she was a young girl. This girl was performing by the age of eight, cut her first record at 16 and could boast of being a major-label artist with a gold-selling album, 2006’s If Your Memory Serves You Well and a gold-selling single, the lingeringly knee-weakening Weak in the Knees, all before she’d even turned 25.
Since then, Serena has sold well over a million singles, won six Juno Awards and has had her songs placed in over 50 TV shows and commercials, including Grey’s Anatomy, VEEP and Suits. Her single Stompa is a quadruple platinum hit in Canada, and the follow up release, What I Wouldn’t Do, went platinum. Stompa also hit No. 1 at AAA radio in the U.S. for eight weeks (the most weeks at No. 1 since Adele).
This spring she released her latest album, Utopia, and is riding high on the current single Electric Love.
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