Top 20 Facts About Melanie Martinez
Melanie Martinez is an American singer, songwriter, and director.
She was born on April 28, 1995, in Baldwin, New York.
Martinez gained popularity after appearing on the reality TV show "The Voice" in 2012.
Her debut EP, titled "Dollhouse," was released in 2014.
Martinez's unique musical style combines elements of pop, alternative, and electropop.
She is known for her distinctive aesthetic, characterized by doll-like imagery and pastel colors.
Melanie's debut studio album, "Cry Baby," was released in 2015 and received positive reviews.
The album spawned popular singles such as "Pity Party" and "Soap."
Martinez often incorporates personal and dark themes into her music and lyrics.
She directed and starred in a full-length film titled "K-12," which was released in 2019.
Melanie has a dedicated fanbase known as "Crybabies."
She has collaborated with artists like Halsey and Troye Sivan.
Martinez's music videos are visually captivating and often tell a story.
She has been nominated for several awards, including MTV Video Music Awards.
Melanie's second studio album, "After School," was released in 2020.
She has a distinctive voice with a wide vocal range.