Emily Warren Schwartz (born August 25, 1992), also known simply as Emily Warren, is an American singer and songwriter signed to Dr. Luke’s label Prescription Songs.
She is best known for the songs she has written for several high-profile pop artists, including The Chainsmokers, Dua Lipa, Frenship, Sean Paul, Melanie Martinez, and Shawn Mendes. After signing with Dr. Luke, she co-wrote “Masterpiece”, the third single on pop artist Jessie J’s album, Sweet Talker. 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. Don’t Let Me Down was also nominated and won a Grammy in 2017 for Best Dance Recording.