Celeste (singer)

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Celeste in 2019
Celeste in 2019
Background information
Birth nameCeleste Epiphany Waite
Born (1994-05-05) 5 May 1994 (age 26)
Culver City, California, U.S.
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2014–present
Associated actsMichael Kiwanuka

Celeste Epiphany Waite (born 5 May 1994)[6] is an American-born British singer and songwriter. In 2019, she won both the Brit Award for Rising Star and the BBC Music Award for Introducing Artist of the Year, and was also named the number-one predicted breakthrough act in an annual BBC poll of music critics, Sound of 2020. Since 2017, Celeste has released two extended plays and is expected to release her debut studio album Not Your Muse in 2021.

Celeste began her career in 2014 providing vocals for electronic producers such as Avicii, Tieks and Real Lies, while also self-publishing content onto SoundCloud on the side. In 2016, she made her solo debut via Lily Allen's vanity label Bank Holiday Records, where she released her debut EP The Milk & the Honey (2017). After catching the attention of labelmate Michael Kiwanuka, she signed to Polydor Records in 2018, where she released her second EP, Lately, in March 2019. Celeste rose to prominence with the singles "Strange", "Stop This Flame" and "A Little Love", all of which feature on Not Your Muse.

Early life and career[edit]

1994–2015: Early years and career beginnings[edit]

Celeste Epiphany Waite was born in Culver City, California, on 5 May 1994 to a British mother of English extraction and a Jamaican father who lived in the US.[6][7][8][9] Her mother, a make-up artist, initially moved to the U.S. in order to assist a director on set.[10] Following her parents' separation, she moved to her mother's native United Kingdom, settling in Dagenham at the age of three,[8] before moving to the village of Saltdean near Brighton at the age of five, where she spent most of her early years.[11][12] At the age of 10, Celeste spent a year doing ballet at a performing arts school where teachers had offered her a scholarship.[13] She recalls becoming interested in music through discovering Aretha Franklin and Ella Fitzgerald, whose music was played throughout her family home, before discovering her own music from names such as Thelonious Monk, Koyo Taylor and Sun Ra through YouTube and iTunes at the age of 14.[14][15][12] Celeste recalls singing hymns at church in Brighton as one of her earliest musical memories.[16] When Celeste was 16, her father died of lung cancer, aged 49.[9]

Celeste's local Saltdean charity shop where she worked at age 17.[17]

As a teenager, Celeste would write music and perform in bands.[18] She "accidentally" wrote her first song, "Sirens", with her former bandmates at the age of 16. The song was inspired by the death of her father and was published to YouTube where it got the attention of her current manager.[12][8][19] Her manager arranged studio sessions for her at Sarm West Studios in Notting Hill,[19] where the crew were reportedly so impressed with Celeste's song-writing skills, that they would try to give her more time in the studio.[8] At 18, she started working in the studio after she graduated and began taking her music career seriously,[12] whilst playing her first gigs in and around Brighton.[20] Celeste studied Music Technology at Varndean College for her sixth form education.[21]

Celeste told Annie Mac that while her friends asked for driving lessons as their 18th birthday gift, she asked for a Macbook laptop which she would later use to begin recording herself on GarageBand.[22] Celeste published her first SoundCloud song, "Born Again" to the platform in July 2014.[23] The song, which was produced by Tev'n, was described by Jim Carroll of The Irish Times as "a striking blast of soulful, seductive vocals backed by a ghostly electronic r'n'b groove."[24] Throughout 2014, Celeste published more songs such as "DEVIL" and "What's Your Poison?",[25][26] the latter of which is the only 2014 song that remains on her SoundCloud account.[27] In November 2014, she compiled those three songs into a four-track self-titled EP to the platform. The EP which was described by Vice as a "combination of melancholic pop and glitchy electronic tracks."[28] Celeste also started her BBC musical journey when she uploaded her song "North Circular" onto the BBC Music Introducing website in 2014,[29] where it gained support from DJs on BBC Radio 1.[30] She featured on British dance producer Tieks' 2014 debut single "Sing That Song" which reach No. 90 on the UK Singles Chart.[31] She also featured on Swedish musician Avicii's song "Touch Me" in 2015, prior to making her solo mononymous debut.[32] It was during this time that Celeste assisted electronic duo Real Lies as a vocalist while they toured with Foals in 2015.[10] Celeste completed her GCE Advanced Levels in Music and Textiles in 2016 before working at a local pub in Brighton.[33]

2016–2017: The Milk & The Honey[edit]

Celeste released her debut single "Daydreaming" under Lily Allen's record label, Bank Holiday Records, in October 2016.[3] The song was produced by London-based producer J. D. Reid and Tev'n.[34] She wrote the song while working in her local Brighton pub. She told i-D: "I couldn't wait to leave! I was pulling pints and listening to Shirley Bassey imagining I was in Carnegie Hall doing a performance in floor length fur."[35] Celeste made her radio debut in December 2016 when BBC Radio 1 presenter Annie Mac played "Daydreaming" after announcing Celeste as one of her "New Names".[12][36] The song was added to the BBC Radio 1Xtra playlist in February 2017.[37]

Celeste released her debut EP, The Milk & the Honey, under Bank Holiday Records in March 2017.[38][39] The 3-track EP includes the tracks "Milk & Honey", "Chocolate" and "Daydreaming". Celeste told The Line of Best Fit that the song "Milk & Honey" is about "finding some sort of Nirvana". She continued by saying that the song "touches upon [her] aspirations of wealth and love and visions [she has] had dreams about, and reminisces on times of melancholy."[36] Eugenie Johnson of DIY compared Celeste's vocals on "Chocolate" to that of Billie Holiday.[15] The EP also received support from Beats 1 presenter Julie Adenuga.[40]

Following the EP's release, Celeste completed a month-long residency at a venue named Laylow in Ladbroke Grove.[41][40] It was here where Celeste began performing for celebrities such as Riz Ahmed and Idris Elba. "Spike Lee picked up one of my records and I signed it for him, which I never ever expected," Celeste told NME.[41] She embarked on her second-ever UK tour as a supporting act, this time with Rae Morris in September 2017.[42]

Celeste released the promotional single "Not For Me" in October 2017.[43] Celeste described the single as "a song about unrequited love and falling out of love with the city that [she] grew up in, London."[44] She originally wanted the song to be on her first EP, The Milk & the Honey, but lost it on the digital file system. She released it as an independent single after finding it a few months later.[44] Celeste embarked on her third-ever supporting tour of the UK and Europe with the band Skinny Living in October 2017. She played her last show supporting Roy Ayers at The Jazz Café in London in late November 2017.[45][46][11]

2018–2019: Lately[edit]

Celeste signed to Polydor Records after catching the attention of singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka, who was already on the label.[39] Throughout 2018, Celeste released the singles "Lately" as well as a live version of the song "Both Sides of the Moon".[47][48] The two songs were recorded by UK production collective Gotts Street Park and were released ahead of Celeste's second EP, Lately which was to be released in March 2019.[49] In January 2020, Celeste told NME that "Both Sides of the Moon" was her favourite song to write and record, stating "It was the first song at the time that I felt used all of the lyrics and imagery that I'd wanted to for so long in a song, but also had a sonic that I'd been trying to achieve for a while".[50] Celeste signed to Warner Chappell Music publishing company in December 2018,[51] before releasing the single "Father's Son", a "heartbreaking examination of absent fathers",[39] in January 2019.[49] She saw support when "Father's Son" was promoted on BBC Radio 6 Music by Tom Robinson in March 2019,[52][53] as well as when "Both Sides of the Moon" was played on BBC Radio 1 by Annie Mac and Huw Stephens in October 2019,[54] "Both Sides of the Moon" was also played on Beats 1 by Elton John, who noted: "Celeste is quite something else...watch out for her."[55] The song was also picked for Apple Music's Best of 2018 playlist.[56][57]

Celeste released her second extended play titled Lately in March 2019.[39] The five-track EP features "Both Sides of the Moon (Live)", "Lately", "Father's Son", "Summer (ft. Jeshi)" and "Ugly Thoughts".[55] The EP charted on the British, German, French and Spanish iTunes charts.[58] Shannon Mahanty of The Guardian wrote, "Proving Celeste's deft ability to sever a heartstring, [Lately] moves from the soul-tinged jazz of the title track, to sultry toxic love ballad 'Both Sides of the Moon', via 'Father's Son'".[39] Celeste performed a showcase at SXSW under BBC Radio 1 in March 2019, as well as a BBC Music Introducing session at Maida Vale Studios in April 2019.[37] Celeste supported Neneh Cherry at the Brighton Festival in May 2019,[59] and performed on the BBC Music Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival as well as at Field Day in June 2019.[60][61] Gemma Samways from NME described Celeste's debut Primavera Sound set in June 2019 as "spellbinding", noting that "next year she'll be on a much, much bigger stage."[62]

In the latter half of 2019, Celeste released 4 singles, namely "Coco Blood", "She's My Sunshine" and both a studio and live version of "Strange".[63] "Coco Blood" was described by Savannah Sicurella of Paste as a "warm coming-of-age song" that references Celeste's British-Jamaican heritage.[64] Celeste ventured to Jamaica in order to film the music video which was directed by Akinola Davids, also known as Crack Stevens.[65][66] Celeste collaborated with Mulberry in June 2019 when she performed at the inaugural #MulberryMyLocal event in London.[67][68] She provided the theme song for the acclaimed BBC documentary programme Black Hollywood: They Gotta Have Us in July 2019.[40][69] In October 2019, Celeste supported Janelle Monáe for a night at Columbiahalle in Berlin.[70][71] She made her television debut when she performed "Strange" on an episode of Later... with Jools Holland on 24 October 2019.[72][73]

In November 2019, Elton John added "Strange" and "She's My Sunshine" to his personal Apple Music playlist.[74] Celeste gained support from English television personality James Corden after he tweeted "I cannot stop listening to [Celeste] this is her song Strange. It's sensational. I dare you not to love her. I dare you x"[75] Celeste sold out a three-night residency at Omeara in London,[76][1] before embarking on a tour supporting Michael Kiwanuka in November 2019.[39][30] On 3 December 2019, Celeste won the BBC Music Award for BBC Music Introducing Artist of the Year.[29] Following this, she appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour segment where she talked about her musical upbringing.[77]

On 6 December 2019, the British Phonographic Industry announced that Celeste was the winner of the Rising Star Award at the 2020 Brit Awards and that she would be receiving the award and performing at the ceremony in February 2020.[18] This was followed by the release of Compilation 1.1, a collection of Celeste's "best singles so far".[78][79] The project is a re-issue of the EP Lately, with "Strange" and "Coco Blood" as additional songs. Celeste took to Twitter to promote the project, saying: "All of my releases so far in one place, Compilation 1.1 is available to stream now".[80] Celeste was later longlisted in the annual poll of 170 music critics, Sound of 2020 by BBC, who admired her for her "Timeless soul to tug at your heartstrings" and specifically noted her as "the one to beat" following her previous accolades from the Brit Awards and BBC Music Introducing.[81]

Whilst in Paris, Celeste made her French television debut when she performed "Strange" after actors Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh promoted their film Little Women (2019) on an episode of the French talk show C à vous in December 2019.[82] She also later performed the song on the New Year's special of Top of the Pops on BBC One.[83]

2020–present: Not Your Muse[edit]

During the 2020 New Year, Celeste was predicted as a breakthrough act for the year by publications such as Vogue,[84] The Guardian,[85] NME,[86] GQ,[87] The Independent,[88] and Ticketmaster UK.[89] On 9 January 2020, Celeste was announced as the winner of BBC's music poll Sound of 2020,[13] before she released her first single of the year, "Stop This Flame".[90] GQ named Celeste as "the most hotly tipped singer for 2020." after the release of "Stop This Flame".[33] Celeste made her first appearance on BBC World News on the Breakfast segment, before having her single "Stop This Flame" debuted on BBC Radio 1 by Annie Mac.[91] Compilation 1.1 reached No. 1 on the UK's iTunes Chart following her BBC Sound of 2020 win.[92]

Celeste made her American late-night television debut when she performed "Strange" on The Late Late Show with James Corden in late January 2020.[93] She was featured alongside Maisie Peters on the front cover of Music Week in January 2020.[94] Following Celeste's performance of "Strange" at the 2020 Brit Awards, Celeste saw interest from other big names in the pop music industry who attended the ceremony such as Billie Eilish,[95] Camilla Cabello,[96] Finneas,[97] and Stormzy.[98] Celeste was listed on Forbes' annual 30 Under 30 list, which recognises the 30 most influential people in Europe under the age of 30, in 2020.[99] In late March 2020, Celeste made the front cover of The Sunday Times Style, where she was named "fashion's new front-row star".[100][101]

In April 2020 she did a virtual performance from her bedroom on The Graham Norton Show in order to encourage social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.[102] For the April 2020 fundraiser telecast, The Big Night In, Celeste performed a cover of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me" and also appeared in the Live Lounge Allstars' charity single "Times Like These."[103][104] Celeste and Sam Smith were the only two artists to do solo musical performances in the telecast.[103] The charity single was Celeste's first No. 1 and her first top 10 entry in the UK. She planned to embark on her first headlining tour of Europe in April 2020, however these shows were cancelled due to the same coronavirus pandemic.[105] Celeste released the single "I Can See The Change", which was produced by Grammy-winning musician Finneas, in late May 2020.[106] She was nominated in the Best New International Act category at the 2020 BET Awards.[107] She recorded a cover version of Bob Marley's "One Love" for the brand Oakley as part of their "For the Love of Sport" campaign in August 2020.[108][109] Celeste subsequently released the non-album single, "Little Runaway", alongside a music video.[110] During this time, her single "Stop This Flame", re-gained popularity after becoming the theme song for Sky Sports' weekend coverage (Saturday Night Football) of the Premier League.[111] Celeste performed and recorded three songs for the original soundtrack for the 2020 film The Trial of the Chicago 7.[112] One of them, "Hear My Voice", served as the lead single for the soundtrack album,[113] and was submitted to the 93rd Academy Awards for Best Original Song.[114] Celeste also provided the single "A Little Love" as the soundtrack to the 2020 John Lewis & Partners Christmas advert, becoming the first original song and non-cover version to do so.[115] She performed the song on the ninth season finale of the British television music competition The Voice UK,[116] as well as at the 2020 Royal Variety Performance.[117] She also performed "Stop This Flame" and a cover of Nat King Cole's "Smile" during the 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony.[118] Celeste and American jazz musician Jon Batiste provided a duet version of the song "It's All Right" for the end credits of the 2020 Disney-Pixar film Soul.[119][120] On 31 December 2020, she released the single "Love is Back" and performed it on Jools' Annual Hootenanny 2020/21, where she also performed "It's All Right" and a duet of "Blue Moon" with Tom Jones.[121]

Celeste will release her debut studio album titled Not Your Muse on 29 January 2021.[122] She told NME that she would like the album to be one that people will "enjoy and listen to for a while– until at least 2022."[50] She also told Vogue with the release of the album, she "want[s] to be one of the superstar singers of [her] time."[123]

Public image[edit]

Celeste's vocals and music are often compared to those of Amy Winehouse.[124][125][9][3][126][18][127][128] Nick Reilly from NME described Celeste as a "once-in-a-generation talent" who is "the finest British soul singer to emerge in years."[1] David Smyth from Evening Standard wrote, "it's obvious she has it in her to join the wall of fame very soon."[9] Modestas Mankus from Our Culture Mag wrote: "Celeste has established herself as an artist who can mould and bring out authenticity and passion with fluency and maturity that not many artists can do so quickly in their careers [...], [her] consistency in putting out thoughtful and quality music puts her on a positive track to becoming a vastly influential figure in the world of music."[129] BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac said: "I have received countless emotional texts from listeners who have had to sit in their car and lose themselves to her song 'Strange' before carrying on with their evening. Her songwriting is personal and poignant but with universal appeal."[130]

It appears that a talent such as Celeste only comes around rarely, what's more inviting about the enchantress is the humility that Celeste encompasses. It appears she hasn't fully realised the sheer power and talent she has just yet, but when she enviably does it'll be world domination for this star.[131]

— Yasmine Dankwah from Notion after attending one of Celeste's sold-out Omeara performances in November 2019.

Celeste is also admired by many for her unique fashion sense that recalls the 1960s and is inspired by The Supremes, Édith Piaf and Shirley Bassey.[132][133][134][135] She is styled by Ella Lucia and has been scouted by Alessandro Michele of Gucci.[135] In March 2020, Celeste made the front cover of Sunday Times Style, where she was named "fashion's new front-row star".[101]

In October 2020, Celeste was named by Elle magazine as one of "10 Trailblazing Women Changing The Future You Need To Know", the others being: Mowalola Ogunlesi, Tobi Kyeremateng, Ngozi Onwurah, Simi Lindgren, Balanda Atis, Magdalene Abraha, Koffee, Holly Fischer and Margaret Busby.[136]

Personal life[edit]

In 2017, Celeste moved to London with only £100 and was fired from her job as she would skip work in order to make music. She told the BBC: "I'd rather call in sick and go to the studio than have the money for that month."[13] She currently resides on Ladbroke Grove,[132] and began dating English model and poet Sonny Hall shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic began.[137]


Studio albums[edit]

Title Details
Not Your Muse
  • To be released: 29 January 2021
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: CD, digital download, streaming, vinyl

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details
The Milk & the Honey
  • Released: 22 March 2019[138]
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: CD, Digital download, streaming, vinyl

Single compilations[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions



  • Released: 13 April 2019[145]
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: Vinyl
Compilation 1.1[b]
  • Released: 6 December 2019[78]
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
7 187 92
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.


As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album



"Daydreaming" 2016 The Milk & the Honey
"Milk & Honey" 2017
"Both Sides of the Moon (Live)"
(with Gotts Street Park)
2018 Lately
(with Gotts Street Park)
"Father's Son" 2019
"Coco Blood" Non-album single
"Strange" [A] 45 47 [B] 63 68 Not Your Muse
"Stop This Flame" 2020 47 13 5 6 79 21 12
"I Can See the Change" 43 [C] Non-album singles
"Little Runaway" 45 [D] [E]
"Hear My Voice"
(with Daniel Pemberton)
[F] The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Music From the Netflix Film)
"A Little Love" 59 4 [G] Not Your Muse
"Love is Back" [H] 52 [I] [J]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album



"Sing That Song"
(Tieks featuring Celeste)
2014 90 18 90 Non-album single
"Touch Me"
(Avicii featuring Celeste Waite)[32]
2015 37 69 Stories
"Times Like These"
(as part of Live Lounge Allstars)
2020 1 64 1 5 12 Non-album single
"30,000 Feet"
(Jeshi featuring Celeste)[162]
Bad Taste
"Ready For You"
(Black Coffee featuring Celeste)[163]
"It's All Right"
(Jon Batiste featuring Celeste)[164]
Soul (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album
"Not for Me"[43] 2017 Non-album singles
"She's My Sunshine"[165] 2019
"La Vie en rose"[166] 2020
"I'm Here"[167] Not Your Muse (Deluxe Edition)

Songwriting credits[edit]

Title Year Album
"All for You"
(Wilkinson featuring Karen Harding)[168]
2019 Non-album single

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Daydreaming" 2016 Bafic [169]
(featuring Gotts Street Park)
2019 Sam Hiscox [170][171]
"Father's Son" Bob Harlow [172]
"Coco Blood" Akinola Davids (a.k.a. Crack Stevens) [173]
"Strange (Live)" Colin Solal Cardo [174]
"You Do Something to Me"
(with Paul Weller)
"Strange (Edit)" Silent Tapes [176]
"Stop This Flame" 2020 Leonn Ward [177]
"I Can See the Change" Sophie Jones [178]
"Little Runaway" [179]
"Hear My Voice" N/A [180]
"A Little Love" Silent Tapes [181]



Year Title Role Notes
2019 Inas Nacht Herself Episode: 2 November 2019
Later... with Jools Holland Episode: 24 October 2019
C à vous Episode: 11 December 2019
Top of the Pops Episode: 30 December 2019
2020 The Late Late Show with James Corden Episode: 29 January 2020
2020 Brit Awards Winner and performer
Lorraine Episode: 19 February 2020
The One Show Episode: 28 February 2020
The Graham Norton Show Episode: 10 April 2020
The Big Night In Performer
The Voice UK Episode: 14 November 2020
The 2020 Royal Variety Performance Performer
The One Show Episode: 11 December 2020
Top of the Pops Episode: 30 December 2020
Jools' Annual Hootenanny 2020/21 Performer

Awards and nominations[edit]

Organization Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
A&R Awards 2019 Vevo DSCVR Artist to Watch Herself Won [182]
Amazon Music 2019 Ones to Watch 2020 First [183]
BBC 2019 Introducing Artist of the Year Won [72]
2019 Sound of 2020 Won [13]
2019 Hottest Record of the Year "Strange" Shortlisted [184]
BET Awards 2020 Best New International Act Herself Nominated [107]
BRIT Awards 2020 Rising Star Won [18]
Jazz FM Awards 2020 Soul Act of the Year Nominated [185]
MTV UK 2020 Push One to Watch Nominated [186]
NME Awards 2020 Best New British Act Nominated [187]
Best New Act in the World Nominated
Reeperbahn Festival 2019 Anchor Award [de] Nominated [188]
UK Music Video Awards 2020 Best R&B/Soul Video – UK "Stop This Flame" Nominated [189]
Best R&B/Soul Video – Newcomer "30,000 Feet" (with Jeshi) Nominated


  1. ^ "Strange" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at No. 46 on the UK Singles Sales Chart.[152]
  2. ^ "Strange" did not enter the Wallonia Ultratop Top 50, but spent 2 weeks as an extra tip on the Ultratip chart.
  3. ^ "I Can See the Change" did not enter the Dutch Top 40 but peaked at number 12 on the Dutch Tipparade Chart.[153]
  4. ^ "Little Runaway" did not enter the Wallonia Ultratop Top 50, but peaked at number 38 on the Ultratip chart.
  5. ^ "Little Runaway" did not enter the Dutch Top 40 but peaked at number 9 on the Dutch Tipparade Chart.[154]
  6. ^ "Hear My Voice" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top 50, but spent 4 weeks as an extra tip on the Ultratip chart.
  7. ^ "A Little Love" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top 50, but spent 2 weeks as an extra tip on the Ultratip chart.
  8. ^ "Love is Back" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at No. 52 on the UK Singles Sales Chart.[155]
  9. ^ "Love is Back" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top 50, but peaked at number 18 on the Ultratip chart.
  10. ^ "Love is Back" did not enter the Dutch Top 40 but peaked at number 25 on the Dutch Tipparade Chart.[156]
  1. ^ A limited edition 10" phonograph single[143] released during Record Store Day, consisting of four out of the five tracks on the EP Lately (2019).[144]
  2. ^ A digital-exclusive release consisting of 7 previously released singles.[80][79]


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