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Savannah Outen

16 918 fans

Artist's top tracks

Chandelier (Acoustic) Savannah Outen 03:19
Sorry Savannah Outen 03:12
All Time Low Savannah Outen 02:10
A Greater Treasure Than a Friend Savannah Outen 03:14
Pompeii Ark Rhodes, Savannah Outen 02:53
Call Me Maybe Savannah Outen 02:41
Story of My Life (Acoustic) Savannah Outen 03:57
Chocolate (Acoustic) [feat. Jake Coco] Savannah Outen 03:12
Hallelujah Savannah Outen 05:23
Can't Feel My Face Savannah Outen 03:26

Most popular release

Chandelier (Acoustic)
Out of the Woods (Acoustic) [feat. Jake Coco]
Take Me to Church (Acoustic)
Girl Crush (Acoustic)

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Like many up-and-coming millennial artists, American singer-songwriter Savannah Outen (October 14, 1992) slowly but steadily built an online fan base through a series of cover songs on her video streaming channel. Hailing from Hillsboro, Oregon, Outen discovered her passion for music very early on in life. By the age of 12, she had already made it to the finals of America’s Best New Talent. In 2007, Outen gained Internet notoriety after posting some videos of herself singing covers on her video streaming channel and made her official debut with the self-penned 2008 single “Goodbyes,” which peaked at Number 5 on Radio Disney Countdown and spawned an accompanying video directed by Mason Dixon. She followed up with “If You Only Knew” (2009), “Be Original” (2010), and “Tonight With You” (2011). Between 2012 and 2014, Outen released a series of cover EPs with some of her favorite songs, including Taylor Swift’s “Safe and Sound,” Labrinth’s “Beneath Your Beautiful,” and an acoustic rendition of Sia’s “Chandelier.” In the following years, the singer continued to cover the biggest hits in pop music, reimagining The Weeknd’s “Can't Feel My Face” (2015), Zayn’s “Pillowtalk,” Drake’s “Fake Love” (2017), and Shawn Mendes’ “In My Blood” (2018).