Leona Lewis is a British singer and songwriter. Leona Lewis’s career milestones include her debut single “Bleeding Love,” which became a global sensation and topped charts worldwide. The song’s success propelled her into international stardom, earning her critical acclaim and opening doors for future collaborations and projects.
Throughout her journey, Leona Lewis has collaborated with influential artists and celebrities including Avicii, who co-wrote and produced her hit single “Collide.” She also worked with Ryan Tedder on a duet with OneRepublic’s song “Lost Then Found.”
In recognition of her talent, Leona Lewis has been honored with three MOBO Awards (Music of Black Origin) for Best Album, Best Video, and Best Female Artist. Additionally, she earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her iconic song “Bleeding Love.”
Beyond her musical achievements, Leona Lewis is an avid advocate for animal welfare and actively supports animal non-profit organizations. She has collaborated with the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) and has been involved in various campaigns to raise awareness about animal rights. Her efforts include participating in initiatives such as the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary’s “Horse Care Courses” to promote responsible animal care and support animal sanctuaries.