About Eva Simons
Eva Simons, a Dutch singer, was born in 1984. She is a former member of a Dutch girl group, known as “Raffish”. Simons is a well known name for her collaboration with major artists like will.i.am, Sidney Samson, LMFAO and Afrojack.
Eva Simons was brought up in a family where music is always prioritized. Her father is a Dutch pianist and her mother is a vocalist. And her grandfather was a famous Dutch accordionist Johnny Meijer. The singer started her musical journey as a pianist and thought of becoming a great composer. She showed her interest in music to all around her and manager to record music at the age of thirteen. Simons has graduated from Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Soon she became engaged with a band called “Raffish”
Around in 2009, she released a song entitled “Silly Boy”. The song was hit on many Internet sites. The song gained huge number of views online. Due to this popularity and potentials, she could sign at EMI.
In the year 2010, she worked with Mike Hamilton and released a song called “Take Over Control”. This song remained on top of the Billboard for more than 6 weeks and soon gained Gold as well as platinum statuses in US and Australia.
Simons signed with major record company in 2011 and released "Best Night". She was also seen working with will.i.am in the same year. She also participated in some tours including "Sorry For Party Rocking" in America, in 2012. Her new track, “I Don't Like You", came out in March, 2012. This song was released in many countries. And the track was released by Zedd.
She participated in “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour” in 2013. She supported Beyoncé on the tour. Soon after the event, Pepsi organized some campaigns in which its customers were offered to meet Simons. Simons sang 'Chemistry' which was used in the advertisement of the beverage company. She released a remix song of Martin Garrix in January, 2014 and she declared by her twitter that she would release a track with will.i.am . She has been regularly participating in many shows in many places.