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Emily Warren
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Warren in 2016
Background information
Birth name Emily Warren Schwartz
Born (1992-08-25) August 25, 1992 (age 31)
New York City, U.S.
Genres Pop
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Instruments Vocals, piano, guitar, harp.
Years active 2015–present
Labels Prescription (Rx) Songs
Associated acts

Emily Warren Schwartz (born August 25, 1992) is a Grammy-nominated songwriter and artist hailing from New York City. Warren's breakthrough moment came when she co-wrote the Grammy-nominated single "Don't Let Me Down" by The Chainsmokers, which became a worldwide hit and earned her critical acclaim. Since then, she has gone on to collaborate on several other hit songs for The Chainsmokers, including "Paris" and "Side Effects." One of Emily Warren's biggest hits to date is "Don't Start Now" by Dua Lipa which was a commercial success, peaking at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 and has been streamed over 2 billion times on Spotify, making it one of the most-streamed songs of all time on the platform. She also received a nomination for the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for co-writing the song. In addition to her work with The Chainsmokers, and Dua Lipa Warren has collaborated with a wide range of artists, including Shawn Mendes, Khalid, Camila Cabello, Shakira, and David Guetta. She has also released several solo projects, including her debut album "Quiet Your Mind" in 2019.

Early life and education

Warren was brought up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City, where she attended the preparatory school Trinity, from kindergarten through high school. From an early age, she had a penchant for the creative and performed regularly with her band, Emily Warren & the Betters (members Etienne Bowler and Marc Campbell went on to form part of the pop band MisterWives). A single from The Betters EP, Not at All, was featured on the soundtrack of MTV's short-lived series, Skins. She was accepted into the NYU Tisch School/Clive Davis Institute in 2011 and offered a songwriter's contract with Prescription (Rx) Songs in 2013. In 2015 Warren graduated from the university and began splitting her time between Los Angeles and London.

Music career


After signing with Dr. Luke, Warren disbanded the Betters and spent a year in LA. Soon after her arrival, she co-wrote "Masterpiece", the third single on pop artist Jessie J's album, Sweet Talker. "Masterpiece" debuted at number 30 on the US Mainstream Top 40 and number 65 on the Billboard Hot 100, it was also certified gold in Australia and New Zealand. Following the success of that release, Warren eventually teamed up with longtime friend and collaborator Scott Harris to co-write four songs from Shawn Mendes' platinum-selling album, Handwritten: "Strings", "Aftertaste", "Air" and "Lost". September 18, 2015, marked the release of The Chainsmokers' and Tritonal's "Until You Were Gone", which featured Warren's lead vocals. Her performance was immediately praised by Nylon, which wrote: "Her delivery is filled with a longing that packs a strong punch." Additionally, The Chainsmokers hailed Warren as "one of the best songwriters and vocalists that they had ever worked with". Shortly after, Warren teamed up again with Scott Harris and together they wrote "Don't Let Me Down" with The Chainsmokers, which reached number 3 and went on to reach triple platinum in the United States. It was both The Chainsmokers and Daya's first top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Let Me Down" was also nominated and won a Grammy in 2017 for Best Dance Recording. Around the same time, Warren co-wrote and featured vocals on viral hit "Capsize" with Los Angeles duo Frenship, which is certified platinum and has surpassed 400 million streams on Spotify (115 million of which were acquired prior to its radio impact date).

When interviewed by the online music publication Smashed about her writing process, Warren stated: "I think that sometimes songwriting, especially for pop, is viewed as a factory or an assembly line process, and I have to challenge that... I think that good songwriting has a real art to it, and I don't just mean the profound or thought-provoking ones. Even most of the light-hearted, straight-up pop ones are masterfully written–sometimes even harder to write." Warren's express mission as a writer and artist is to create pop music that has the conceptual backing to influence positive social change. In a Tisch interview, she states: "What excites me about this field is that pop music can be an incredibly powerful and crucial platform for influence and change." She also has uncredited vocals on The Chainsmokers' track "Paris" from their debut album Memories... Do Not Open. She quotes "I think for the first song introducing their album, they just wanted it to be a Chainsmokers thing and not featuring anyone." The Chainsmokers felt it would be best to release it as a single without any features because it would promote their new album. Although she did not receive credit for the vocals she believed it all worked out and quotes: "It ended up kinda working out for the best 'cause there was all this mystery of who was singing it!". In 2019 Emily, along with her collaborators Ian Kirkpatrick (record producer) and Caroline Ailin wrote the hit Dua Lipa song Don't Start Now.


Warren's beginnings as an artist came with the release of American pop duo Frenship's single, "Capsize". Warren not only co-wrote the viral hit, but also performed as a featured vocalist. She made her first televised appearance performing "Capsize" with the duo on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on December 8, 2016.

On April 7, 2017, American electronic pop duo The Chainsmokers released their debut album, Memories...Do Not Open. Warren was credited as a writer on four songs, including "The One", "Don't Say", "My Type" and "Wake Up Alone". She was additionally featured as lead vocalist on "Don't Say" and "My Type" and provided uncredited backup vocals on "Paris". She was announced as a special guest on the duo's American "Memories...Do Not Open" tour and appeared with them for a performance of "Paris" on the April 8, 2017, episode of Saturday Night Live. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 Chart.

On May 5, 2017, Warren released her debut single, "Hurt By You", which landed on both the US Viral and Global Viral charts on Spotify. On July 21, 2017, Warren released her second single, "Something To Hold On To", which was also featured on Spotify's New Music Friday playlist. Her most recent single, "Poking Holes", was released on October 12, 2017.

On November 14, 2017, Warren was named as one of the Forbes 30 under 30 in the music industry. The list, according to Forbes, is an "annual encyclopedia of creative disruption featuring 600 stars from 20 different industries."


Songwriting credits

Year Artist Album Song Co-written with
2023 Sofi Tukker, Non-Album single "Veneno" (with Mari Merenda, Sophia Ardessore) Scott Harris, Richard Beynon, Ronaldo Dos Santo Silva, Sophie Hawley-Weld, Tucker Halpern
Steve Aoki, Paris Hilton Non-Album single "Lighter" Scott Harris, Mac & Phil, Jonah Shy
Trolls Trolls Band Together (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) "Perfect" (with Justin Timberlake, Daveed Diggs, Eric Andre, Kid Cudi and Troye Sivan) Justin Timberlake, Michael Pollack Mike Elizondo
"Watch Me Work" (with Andrew Rannells and Brianna Mazzola) Justin Timberlake, Michael Pollack Mike Elizondo
"It Takes Two" (with Camilla Cabello, Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Daveed Diggs, Eric Andre and Kid Cudi Justin Timberlake, Michael Pollack Mike Elizondo
"Family" (with Camilla Cabello, Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Daveed Diggs, Eric Andre, Kid Cudi and Troye Sivan) Justin Timberlake, Michael Pollack Mike Elizondo
"Family - Demo" (with Justin Timberlake and Emily Warren) Justin Timberlake, Michael Pollack Mike Elizondo
Maddie Zahm Now That I've Been Honest "Dani" Maddie Zahm, Bethany Warner, Adam Yaron,
The Chainsmokers 0TBA-12-33 "Up & Down" (featuring 347aidan) aidan fuller, Andrew Taggart, Alex Pall, Ethan Snorek, Nick Long, Ian Kirkpatrick
2022 Kygo Thrill of the Chase "How Many Tears" (with Sam Feldt featuring Emily Warren) Max Wolfgang, Daniel Mirza, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, Sam Feldt
Olivia O'Brien Non-Album single "Never Be The One" Olivia O'Brien, Nick Ruth, Deza
Adam Melchor Here Goes Nothing! "Turnham Green" Adam Melchor
Lizzo Special "Naked" Lizzo, Andrew "Pop" Wansel, Ian Kirkpatrick, Daoud Anthony, Ricky Reed, Alton Taylor, Rob Mickens, Robert Bell, Dennis Thomas, Richard Westfield, Clayde Smith, George Brown, Ronald Bell
Mabel About Last Night... "I Love Your Girl" Ilya Salmanzadeh, Rami Yacoub, Mabel, Aldae, Oscar Gorres
The Chainsmokers So Far So Good (+ The Fall) "The Fall" Alex Pall, Drew Taggart, Collin Maguire, Ian Kirkpatrick, Tillis James Churchill III
Sean Paul Scorcha "Light My Fire" feat. Gwen Stefani & Shenseea Rosina Russell, Allan Peter Grigg, Chinsea Lee, Gamal Kosh Lewis, Saul Alexander Castillo Vasquez, Sean Paul Henriques
The Chainsmokers So Far So Good "Riptide" Alex Pall, Ian Kirkpatrick, Drew Taggart, Chris Martin, Whethan
"Maradona" Alex Pall, Ian Kirkpatrick, Drew Taggart, Ethan Snorek, Isaac Freeman III
"Solo Mission" Alex Pall, Ian Kirkpatrick, Drew Taggart
"Something Different" Alex Pall, Ian Kirkpatrick, Drew Taggart, Whethan, Gregory Heinn
"Channel 1" Alex Pall, Ian Kirkpatrick, Drew Taggart, Whethan
"I Hope You Change Your Mind" Alex Pall, Drew Taggart, Ian Kirkpatrick
"Cyanide" Alex Pall, Drew Taggart, Ian Kirkpatrick
Martin Garrix & Zedd Sentio "Follow" Caroline Ailin, Martin Garrix, Oskar Rindborg, Zedd
Sigrid How To Let Go "Mistake Like You" Sigrid, Martin Sjølie
"It Gets Dark" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Sylvester Willy Sivertsen
2021 "Mirror" Sigrid, Caroline Ailin, Sylvester Willy Sivertsen
Noah Kahan I Was/I Am "Hollow" Noah Kahan, Stephen Kozmeniuk
Illenium & Tori Kelly Fallen Embers "Blame Myself" Nicholas Miller, Steve Booker
Shakira 0TBA-12-33 "Don't Wait Up" Ian Kirkpatrick, Shakira
Zara Larsson Poster Girl "Morning" Caroline Ailin, Al Shux
Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition "We're Good" Scott Harris, Sly
Astrid S Leave It Beautiful "Leave It Beautiful" Astrid Smeplass, Jakob Hazell, Svante Halldin, Ludvig Soderberg
2020 Adam Melchor Two Songs for Now "Last Song on Earth" feat. Emily Warren Adam Melchor
Fletcher The S(ex) Tapes "Silence" Cari Fletcher, Malay Ho, Caroline Ailin
Phoebe Ryan How it Used to Feel "Exist" Phoebe Ryan, Leroy Clampitt
Lennon Stella Three. Two. One "Weakness (Huey Lewis)" feat. Maisy Stella Erin McCarley, Eg White, Lennon Stella, Sam De Jong
"Fear of Being Alone" Caroline Ailin, Malay Ho, Paul Shelton
2019 Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia "Don't Start Now" Dua Lipa, Caroline Furoyen, Ian Kirkpatrick
Melanie Martinez K-12 "Wheels on the Bus" Melanie Martinez, Michael Keenan
"Strawberry Shortcake" Melanie Martinez, Michael Keenan
"Recess" Melanie Martinez, Michael Keenan
RITUAL 0TBA-12-33 "Using" feat. Emily Warren Adam Midgley, Tommy Baxter, Gerrard O'Connel
Basic Tape Non-Album single "Sweet Talk" Benjamin Emard, Savinien Milot
Vanic "Somedays" Britt Burton, Jesse Hughes, Kevin Pederson, Matthew Elifritz, Trevor Dahl
X Ambassadors ORION "Shadows" Adam Levin, Casey Harris, Sam Harris, Eric Frederic, Jason DeZuzio
Phil Plested 0TBA-12-33 "Either You Love Me or You Don't" Phil Plested, Matthew Holmes, Philip Leigh, Thomas Eriksen
Khalid Free Spirit "Twenty One" Khalid Robinson, Jamil Chammas, Ryan Vojtesak, Charlie Handsome, Digi
"Alive" Khalid Robinson, John Hill, John Blanda, Jonathan Hoskins
MacKenzie Porter Non-Album single "Cry Baby" Lily Ava Stokes, Steph Jones, Will Lobban-Bean,
Sigrid Sucker Punch "Sucker Punch" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Martin Sjølie, Odd Martin Skalnes
"Mine Right Now" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Martin Sjølie, Odd Martin Skalnes
"Don't Feel Like Crying" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Oscar Holter
"Level Up" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Martin Sjølie, Odd Martin Skalnes
Matt Simons 0TBA "Open Up" Matt Simons, Scott Harris, Dan Romer,
Backstreet Boys DNA (Backstreet Boys album) "Nobody Else" Ari Leff, Gamal Lewis, Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
RITUAL 0TBA "Love Me Back" feat. Tove Styrke Adam Midgley, Cole Steven, Gerard O'Connell, Linden Jay, Milo Bennett, Tommy Baxter
Macy Maloy Studio Sessions "Wrong Things Right" Macy Maloy, Dem Jointz
2018 Clean Bandit What Is Love? "Last Goodbye" feat. Tove Styrke and Stefflon Don Jack Patterson, Grace Chatto, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Stephanie Allen
Rita Ora Phoenix "Only Want You" Alexandra Tamposi, Andrew Wotman, Louis Bell
Brett Young Ticket to L.A. "Reason to Stay" Brett Young, Jonathan Nite, Jimmy Robbins
Professor Green 0TBA "Photographs" with Rag'n'Bone Man Stephen Manderson, Chris Crowhurst, Rory Charles Graham, Fraser T. Smith, TMS (production team), Manon Grandjean
Sigrid Sucker Punch "Sucker Punch" Sigrid Raabe, Martin Sjølie
LANY Malibu Nights "If You See Her" Paul Klein, David Pramik
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy "This Feeling" feat. Kelsea Ballerini Drew Taggart, Alex Pall
David Guetta 7 "Say My Name" with Bebe Rexha and J Balvin Pierre Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort, Alejandro Ramierz, Brittany Burton, Matthew Holmes, Philip Leigh, Thomas Troelsen, Jose Balvin, Baoz de Jong
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy "Side Effects" feat. Emily Warren Sly, Corey Sanders, Drew Taggart, Tony Ann
Chelsea Jade Personal Best "Pitch Dark" Sam de Jong, Ecca Vandal
Galantis 0TBA "Satisfied" feat. MAX Christian Karlsson, Linus Eklow, Jimmy "Svidden" Koitzsch, Henrik Jonback, Joshua Coleman, Joseph Spargur, Scott Harris, Maxwell Schneider
Theia Non-Album single "Bad Idea" Emma Haley Walker, Jacob Zachary Grant, Sukhdeep Singh Bhogal
Bebe Rexha Expectations "Don't Get Any Closer" Bleta Rexha, Jussi Karvinen, Scott Harris
Taeyeon Something New "Baram X3" Karen Poole, Sonny J Mason
Jason Mraz Know. "Unlonely" Jason Mraz, Scott Harris, Andrew Wells
Era Istrefi 0TBA "Prisoner" Scott Harris, Maor Levi
Anne-Marie Speak Your Mind "Trigger" Scott Harris, Chris Loco
JT Roach Non-Album single "Symmetry" feat. Emily Warren JT Roach
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy "Somebody" feat. Drew Love Drew Taggart, Drew Love
Sigrid Raw EP "High Five" Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Martin Sjølie
Matt Simons 0TBA "We Can Do Better" Matt Simons, Scott Harris, Dan Romer, Mike Tuccillo
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy "Everybody Hates Me" Drew Taggart
"You Owe Me" Drew Taggart, Alex Pall, Chelsea Jade
Sean Paul & David Guetta Mad Love the Prequel "Mad Love" feat. Becky G Sean Paul, David Guetta, Shakira, Raoul Chen, Ina Wroldsen, Giorgio Tuinfort, Rosina Russell, Jack Patterson, 1st Klase, Banx & Ranx, Jason Henriques
Josie Dunne Non-Album single "Old School" Josie Dunne, Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy "Sick Boy" Drew Taggart, Alex Pall, Tony Ann
2017 Jacob Sartorius Non-Album singles "Cozy" The Futuristics, Steph Jones
Frank Walker "Piano" feat. Emily Warren Andrew Jackson, Fred Ball (producer)
Filous For Love EP "Already Gone" feat. Emily Warren Scott Harris, Matthias Oldofredi
Rationale Rationale "Into the Blue" Tinashe Fazakerley, Mark Crew
Charli XCX 0TBA "Boys" Ingrid Andress, Cass Lowe, Michael Pollack, Ari Leff, Jerker Hansson
Mitch James Non-Album singles "All the Ways to Say Goodbye" Mitch James, Nik Brinkman, Sam de Jong
Audien, 3LAU "Hot Water" feat. Victoria Zaro Scott Harris, Jasmine Thompson, Ido Zmishlany
Dua Lipa Dua Lipa "New Rules" Ian Kirkpatrick, Caroline Ailin
COIN How Will You Know If You Never Try "Are We Alone" Chase Lawrence, Joe Memmel, Ryan, Zach
"I Don't Wanna Dance" Chase Lawrence, Joe Memmel, Teddy Geiger
Alessia Cara The Get Down Part II Soundtrack "The Other Side" (Alessia Cara Version) Scott Harris
Noah Cyrus Non-Album single "Stay Together" Britt Burton, Digital Farm Animals
The Chainsmokers Memories...Do Not Open "The One" Scott Harris, Drew Taggart
"Don't Say" feat. Emily Warren Drew Taggart, Imad Royal, Joni Fatora, Brenton Duvall
"My Type" feat. Emily Warren Britt Burton, Drew Taggart
"Wake Up Alone" feat. Jhené Aiko Scott Harris, Drew Taggart
James Blunt The Afterlove "Someone Singing Along" James Blunt, Steve Robson
Little Mix Glory Days: Platinum Edition "No More Sad Songs" feat. Machine Gun Kelly The Electric, Tash Phillips
2016 Molly Kate Kestner Non-Album singles "Good Die Young" Molly Kate Kestner, Nick Ruth
Naughty Boy Bungee Jumping "Should've Been Me" feat. Kyla and Popcaan James Murray, Shahid Khan, Mustafa Omer, Scott Harris, Kyla Reid, Andrae Sutherland
Sean Paul Mad Love the Prequel Dua Lipa: Complete Edition "No Lie" feat. Dua Lipa Sean Paul, Andrew Jackson, Pip Kembo, Sermstyle
Little Mix Glory Days "Nobody Like You" Steve Robson
"No More Sad Songs" The Electric, Tash Phillips
Lost Kings Non-Album single "Phone Down" feat. Emily Warren Scott Harris, Phil Leigh, Matt Holmes, Norris Shanholtz, Robert Gainley
Britt Nicole Britt Nicole "No Filter" Britt Burton, Josh Alexander
Ava Lily Non-Album single "Painkiller" Lily Stokes, Shama Joseph
Various Artists The Get Down Soundtrack "Just You, Not Now (Love Theme)" by Grace Grace, Emile Haynie, Baz Luhrmann
Chris Lane Girl Problems "Circles" feat. Mackenzie Porter Danny Parker, Steph Jones, Joey Moi, Sno
Astrid S Astrid S "Jump" Astrid S, Nick Ruth
"I Don't Wanna Know" Astrid S, Nick Ruth
Andy Black The Shadow Side "Put The Gun Down" Andy Biersack, John Feldmann
Becky Hill Non-Album single "Back To My Love" feat. Little Simz Becky Hill, Little Simz, Noah Breakfast
Frenship Truce "Capsize" feat. Emily Warren James Sunderland, Brett Hite, Babydaddy
Skizzy Mars Alone Together "Girl on a Train" Skizzy Mars, Scott Harris, Michael Keenan
The Chainsmokers Collage (EP) "Don't Let Me Down" feat. Daya Drew Taggart, Scott Harris
Tiësto, Oliver Heldens Non-Album single "The Right Song" feat. Natalie La Rose Scott Harris, Tiësto, Oliver Heldens
2015 5 Seconds of Summer Sounds Good Feels Good "Safety Pin" John Feldmann, Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin
OMI Me 4 U "Drop in the Ocean" feat. AronChupa Scott Harris, Oscar Scivier, AronChupa
The Chainsmokers, Tritonal Bouquet "Until You Were Gone" The YoungBoyz, The Chainsmokers, Tritonal, Jared Scharff
Becky G Non-Album single "Break a Sweat" Dr. Luke, Cirkut, J Kash, LunchMoney Lewis, Chloe Angelides
Sophia Black Sophia Black "mizu" Sophia Black, Aaron Joseph, Jon Castelli
Melanie Martinez Cry Baby "Soap" Melanie Martinez, Kyle Shearer
Shawn Mendes Handwritten "Strings" Shawn Mendes, Scott Harris
"Aftertaste" Shawn Mendes, Scott Harris
"Air" feat. Astrid S Scott Harris
"Lost" Shawn Mendes, Scott Harris, Joshua Grant
Katy Tiz Non-Album single "Whistle (While You Work It)" Katy Tiz, Kinetics & One Love, J.R. Rotem
Sleeping with Sirens Madness "Gold" John Feldmann, Kellin Quinn
"Heroine" John Feldmann, Kellin Quinn
Fifth Harmony Reflection "Them Girls Be Like" Britt Burton, James Abrahart, Victoria Monet, T-Collar
2014 Niykee Heaton Bad Intentions "Sober" Niykee Heaton, Michael Keenan
"Champagne" Niykee Heaton, Nick Bailey, Ryan Ogren
"Skin Tight" Niykee Heaton, Tommy Tysper
"Villa" Niykee Heaton, Scott Harris, Keenan, SmarterChild
Nick & Knight Nick & Knight "If You Want It" Nick Carter, Jordan Knight, Who is Fancy, Jeff Halatrax
Jessie J Sweet Talker "Masterpiece" Britt Burton, Josh Alexander
"Ain't Been Done" Scott Harris, David Gamson
Karmin Pulses "Gasoline" Amy Heidemann, Nick Noonan, Kyle Shearer
2013 Krewella Get Wet "Pass the Love Around" Scott Harris, SmarterChild

Studio albums

Quiet Your Mind
No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "How It Ends"   Mac & Phil 3:36
2. "The Point"  
  • Mac & Phil
  • Sam de Jong
3. "Say It"  
  • Mac & Phil
  • Nick Ruth
4. "Poking Holes"   Ruth 3:50
5. "Something to Hold On To"   Mac & Phil 3:38
6. "Just Click"   Shatkin 3:39
7. "As Long as I'm Alive"   Mac & Phil 2:52
8. "Like That"   Mac & Phil 3:17
9. "Paranoid"  
  • Ruth
  • Mac & Phil
10. "Hurt By You"   Ruth 3:07
11. "Not Ready to Dance"   Scott Harris 3:01
Total length:


As lead artist

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
(with Frenship)
2016 78 17 56 11 20 59
  • RIAA: Platinum
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum
  • MC: 2× Platinum
  • GLF: Platinum
  • BPI: Silver
"Hurt By You" 2017 Quiet Your Mind
"Something to Hold on To"
"Poking Holes"
"Paranoid" 2018
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Until You Were Gone"
(The Chainsmokers and Tritonal featuring Emily Warren)
2015 21
  • RIAA: Gold
  • MC: Gold
"Phone Down"
(Lost Kings featuring Emily Warren)
2016 25 Non-album single
"Side Effects"
(The Chainsmokers featuring Emily Warren)
2018 66 7 61 39 100 50
  • RIAA: Gold
  • ARIA: Gold
  • MC: Gold
Sick Boy
(Ritual featuring Emily Warren)
2019 Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album

"My Type"
(The Chainsmokers featuring Emily Warren)
2017 17 14 66 Memories...Do Not Open
"Don't Say"
(The Chainsmokers featuring Emily Warren)
19 63
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
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