Madison Love

Madison Emiko Love is a Japanese American multi-platinum selling songwriter and vocalist from Los Angeles, California. She graduated from NYU’s prestigious Clive Davis School Of Recorded Music at Tisch School of the Arts. Madison is recognized for her clever concepts and lyrics, memorable melodies and emotional voice. Madison co-wrote Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello’s “Bad Things” (2x Platinum in the U.S., number one on Pop Radio charts, top five on the Hot 100), “Him & I” for G-Eazy & Halsey (2x platinum), and wrote “Sweet But Psycho” for Ava Max, which which reached number one in 17 countries, including the United Kingdom, a position it held for four consecutive weeks. Recently she wrote “Rare” for Selena Gomez, the title track of her third studio album. It debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. In addition to these highlights, Madison’s writing credits extend to several more of today’s top artists including Megan Thee Stallion, Normani, Bazzi, Zara Larsson, Madison Beer, Kim Petras, and Charli XCX.