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Riley Elizabeth Clemmons is an American Christian musician, who plays Christian pop style contemporary worship music. She is known for her Christian radio hits, "Broken Prayers" and "Better For It." She released her debut self-titled album with American music group Capitol CMG on August 4, 2018.
Riley Clemmons was discovered at a school pageant in Nashville by manager, Mitchell Solarek. She would begin writing songs at the age of 13 and played shows around her hometown. She has worked on her musical craft for several years, including eight years of vocal lessons and a decade of dance lessons.
In 2015, Clemmons signed to the independent label, Maxx Recordings. Her lyrics are inspired by the struggles of her relationships and faith. She wants to use the power of music and words to wake up and encourage the generation she's a part of.
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