Just like the powerful music itself, Melanie Fiona exudes soulful charm, wit, and a genuine story-telling ability that expresses both vulnerability and strength. Her distinctive and powerful voice has captivated the hearts and minds of countless souls domestically and internationally. In 2009, Melanie released her debut album, The Bridge. It was the formal introduction of what would become her classic and diverse soulful signature: melodic tales of empowering emotional roller coasters. The NY Times named the album one of the year's best R&B releases, and iTunes crowned her Best New R&B/Soul Artist. The album's breakthrough ballad, "It Kills Me," topped Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart for nine weeks and earned the songstress her first Grammy nomination. In 2012, the singer released her sophomore project The MF Life, which featured artists such as Nas, John Legend, J. Cole, and B.o.B. The album reached #1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart and the notable soulful classic "Wrong Side of a Love Song" went on to receive a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional R&B Performance. Her talent and strength as a songwriter and vocalist caught the likes of Cee-Lo Green, who handpicked Fiona to feature on the feel good hit "Fool For You", which would go on to earn the pair two Grammy's, for Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B song.
Fiona's highly anticipated third album "Next Train" will be released early 2018.