Songland season 2 continues with guest artist singer-songwriter Julia Michaels. Helping the artist find her next great song among four undiscovered songwriters will be returning cast members Ryan Tedder, Shane McAnally and Ester Dean. In the episode, the team will help the fledgeling tunesmiths shape and produce their songs for a final performance in front of the artist, who will choose the winning song to record.
Upcoming artists featured in season 2 include: Boyz II Men, Florida Georgia Line, Ben Platt, Bebe Rexha and Usher.
Check out this week’s Songland emerging songwriters
- Dan Burke – Dan grew up in East Haddam, Conn. and currently lives in Los Angeles, Calif. He fronts the band Twenty love. They have a new single out on May 12 titled “Sorry Pt. 1.” Instagram Facebook
- Keegan Bost – A Gadsden, Alabama native, Keegan has been songwriting since 14. The 20 year old is the worship pastor at Cornerstone Church. He started as a singer, but is enjoying the process of songwriting more and more. He got married in 2018. He’ll DJ your wedding. He made it as far as the producer auditions for The Voice seasons 8 and 9. Instagram Facebook Youtube
- Jenna Lotti – Originally from Milton, Massachusetts, Janna started writing poetry, eventually crafting her words into song. She is open about her struggles with anxiety and depression. She has released two albums, and 2 one-off singles. Billboard write up for Your Party Review of My Fault in Medium. She currently lives in Los Angeles. Website Facebook Instagram YouTube
- Jeremy Shayne – Jeremy emigrated to the U.S. from Beirut, Lebanon at 3 years old. He has written recorded and produced his own songs. He started off streaming in YouNow in 2014. In 2016, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue music full time. His 2017 single Care has over 1 million streams, his 2018 single Mistakes surpassed 2 million. He’s garnered over 5 million streams on Spotify. Care review Worth My Time Review Spotify Instagram Facebook YouTube
Songland episode 5 featuring Julia Michaels airs on NBC Monday, May 11 at 10 pm ET/PT right after The Voice.