Fast Facts About Bülow
Megan Bülow, known as Bülow to fans, was born on Christmas Day, 1999 in Berlin Germany. From there, she moved to different countries throughout her childhood, eventually going on to live in Ontario, Canada, where her musical ability was discovered.
- Bülow started busking at the young age of 11, living in England at the time. Her parents would get concerned about her whereabouts as the talented young musician would ride city buses while singing and playing the guitar.
- At just eighteen, Bülow made her first hit song with “Not A Love Song,” a track that got over 20 million streams and Spotify and over a million views on its accompanying music video. After the release of the song, she played at a Brighton music festival called Great Escape to a massive crowd.
- Bülow’s first EP, Damaged Vol. 1, features “Not A Love Song”, along with several other tracks. She followed up the EP with Vol. 2.
- All of Bülow’s earliest recordings were released before her high school graduation, making her achievements even more impressive.
- Bülow’s talent was first truly noticed when she was at summer camp as a 15-year-old. An A&R representative for a label happened to be at the camp, and they noticed Bülow’s singing voice and offered her a contract. She now releases music via Universal Music Canada and Republic Records.
- Bülow’s debut EP was produced by Mike Wise, who had previously collaborated with artists like Allie X, Virginia to Vegas, and Scott Helman.
- Before gaining international success, Bülow had to put in hours and hours of hard work. She attended writing sessions, spent days in the studio, and refined her craft with practice – all while completing high school.
- Bülow’s net worth is currently estimated to be approximately 3 million dollars.
- As a December baby, Bülow’s sign is Capricorn.
- Bülow has been featured on songs by The Chainsmokers, Fall Out Boy, Alice Longyu Gao, Whethan, and Blitz/Berlin.