Emblem3 truly have ‘nothing to lose’ but do they ‘gain enough’ to become commercially successful?
Just as the album title suggests, former X Factor trio Emblem3 have nothing to lose. And I do mean nada. Why? Well, the former contestants from the show have been unsuccessful in establishing a commercial presence. That goes for all of them – Tate Stevens, Marcus Canty, Rachel Crow, Josh Krajcik and Melanie Amaro. To their credit (or maybe better yet to Simon...
Judging from the 11 tracks on the standard edition of Emblem3‘s debut ‘Nothing to Lose,’ the Cali trio never, like, ever has a bad day. Equal parts Hot Chelle Rae and One Direction, they’re cute and they make crazy catchy anthems with golden melodies and saccharine harmonies.
Emblem 3, who competed deep into Season 2 of American ‘X Factor,’ co-wrote much of the album, including the hit single ‘Chloe,’ a song which probably makes most 8th grade girls wish that was her name.
Emblem3 is living a pretty decent life after losing the title on The X-Factor and they want their fans to know they love the support. After a few rumors about being signed and being confirmed for a record deal, the boys took the time to share a new photo and thank you message on Facebook for their fans. In the photo, all 3 of the guy’s faces are shown well and allow fans to squeal with the best of them. In the message they thank their fans and remind them that they are loved by the band. Here is the whole message that they shared with their fans along...
You have to admire Drew Chadwick for being upfront. While most singers / reality competition contestants would not choose to put their heart on their sleeve online (especially when there are already thousands of women fawning all over you), he tried to do that with a certain singer and Nickelodeon star.
A few days ago, Drew tried to get his Twitter base to arrange it so that former “Victorious” actress Ariana Grande (who has since moved on to the upcoming “Sam & Cat”) would go out with him. Sadly, there was a problem: she has a boyfriend already. Better luck...
6:00 AM PST 1/9/2013 by Sophie A. Schillaci , Shirley Halperin
The Huntington Beach-based trio are set to work with several industry hitmakers, including Savan Kotecha, on their debut album.
Simon Cowell is hoping to make stars of another all-boy group: California's own Emblem3.
The X Factor creator and judge, who mentored the Huntington Beach-based trio on season two of the series, has made it official, signing Wesley Stromberg, Keaton Stromberg and Drew Chadwick to his Syco Music via Columbia Records, [i]The Hollywood...
Sat, December 22, 2012 4:45pm EST by Christopher Rogers
Wesley was spotted on a date with a mystery brunette on Dec. 20 — and she’s an ‘X Factor’ dancer!
Emblem3‘s Wesley Stromberg may not have walked away with a $5 million recording contract, but it appears as though he may have found a girlfriend while participating on The X Factor.
PopCandiesTV caught up with Wesley as he was walking down the street with a mystery brunette. The girl in question, which we later find out is a dancer from the show, covers her face from the camera...
It looks as though multiple ‘X Factor‘ contestants are walking away winners after all!
Country star Tate Stevens may have beaten out fan favorite Carly Rose Sonenclar as the second season winner of the FOX show, but Sonenclar, third-place finalists Fifth Harmony, and the all-male group Emblem3 are reportedly set to ink record deals with Sony Music as well!
While the announcement of the deal won’t be made officially until 2013, it’s being said that the three, along with Stevens, will be signed to Syco Music, a record company...
By Gerrick D. Kennedy, Los Angeles Times
December 24, 2012, 9:10 a.m.
The Huntington Beach band, mentored by Simon Cowell, was eliminated before the show's finals, but so what? The members could wind up with a record deal anyway. They're 'cuties,' just don't call them a boy band.
Week after week, Emblem3 made teenage girls swoon as the band played sunny renditions of other artists' hit songs on the Fox competition "The X Factor."
A fusion of pop, ska and hip-hop — think Sublime, only dreamier with washboard abs and tousled hair —...