Music is a great way to connect people and the best musicians know how to sing their way into the hearts of many. It is no surprise therefore that they develop a religious following with fan pages and blogs dedicated to dissecting every aspect of their work and private life. Madison Beer has thus become a centre of attraction with various social media fan pages dedicated to her personal life and music, from Twitter to Reddit.
Madison Beer got a little help on her way to music stardom after Justin Bieber tweeted a link to one of her songs. Since then, life has been very different for the New York-born singer.
Madison Beer Comes From A Jewish Family
There is no denying that modern technology gets things done seemingly at the speed of light and that was how Madison Beer went from aspiring singer to superstar in practically the blink of an eye. Justin Bieber introduced the world to a star in the making, who was born on the 5th of March, 1999. She was born into a Jewish family, her parents being Robert Beer and Tracie Beer, an upper-middle-class family in Jericho, New York.
She is the older child of her parents’ two children and although she grew up in a comfortable background, she had to live with the unfortunate tragedy of her parents’ breakup shortly after her younger brother, Ryder was born. Madison Beer is ethnically an Ashkenazi Jew.
She Got Inclined To Music Pretty Early
Ever since she could walk and talk, Madison has been in love with singing and performing. As she grew older, her love grew stronger and she devoted herself to learning musical instruments such as the piano, drums, and guitar on the internet and from music books. While she educated herself on the technicalities of music, she received formal education at Jericho Middle School.
As a child born in the age of the internet and the existence of platforms like YouTube, she took her passion for music to the social media community and created a channel where she began uploading her cover of popular songs. At the time, she was thirteen years of age. It was the same year she celebrated her Bat Mitzvah as a Jewish girl.
The Fortune-changing Discovery By Justin Bieber And Career Beginnings
Madison began her adulthood with a bang. In that very same year she turned thirteen, a link to one of her YouTube cover songs was tweeted out by Justin Bieber, one of the world’s most popular music star. Bieber’s contribution to the beginnings of her career further continued with the signing of Madison Beer to the record label he is with, Island Records. Since this breakthrough, Madison has recorded and released a theme song for the franchise, Monster High.
Her debut single was a song titled ‘Melodies’ which was released in 2013, as well as its music video, with Bieber guest appearing in the music video. The follow-up single, ‘Unbreakable’ was released in 2014 and in the next year, Beer featured in DJ Mako’s single ‘I Won’t Let You Walk Away’ which was made available for digital download alongside its music video. The song clinched the No. 33 and No. 19 spots on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay Charts respectively.
In the same 2015, she dropped another single titled ‘All For Love’ feat. Jack & Jack. Madison released her first music project on February 2, 2018. It was an extended play titled ‘As She Pleases’ and featured singles like ‘Dead’ and ‘Say It to My Face’. Her first charting single ‘Home with You’ was released on March 10, 2018. The song peaked on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart at No. 22.
The young star made her first appearance at music festival Lollapalooza in August 2018 and then moved on to feature in DJ David Guetta‘s single ‘Blame It On Love’ from his seventh album titled ‘7’. Her first studio album was initially scheduled for a 2019 release. As a result, she released a single off the album, featuring rap star, Offset, but later removed it from the album’s tracklist. The single is titled ‘Hurts Like Hell’.
Madison’s Recent Career Exploits
In March 2019, DJs Jax Jones and Martin Solveig dropped a single ‘All Day and Night’ featuring Madison Beer. A few months later, precisely in May, she dropped ‘Dear Society,’ a single which she initially planned to include in the tracklist of her upcoming debut album but later removed it. Then in August 2019, the title of her album was disclosed and it’s named ‘Life Support’. In the same month, the rising music artist signed with Epic Records.
Afterwards, she publicised that her first studio album will be released in the summer of 2020 by Epic Records. The album’s lead single ‘Good in Goodbye’ was dropped in January 2020 and it clinched the No. 15 spot on NZ Hot Singles chart. In the next month, Beer released another single from the album titled ‘Selfish’ and it charted at No. 19 on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles chart. She then released her upcoming album’s promotional single ‘Stained Glass’ in April 2020.
Other than Offset, Madison Beer has worked with other artists like Jaira Burns, Cody Simpson, and Raye. She has also starred in a film, you will find her in the 2013 film, Louder Than Words as Amy.
She Has Faced Heavy Criticism On Social Media
In recent times, Madison has received heavy backlash from social media users as a result of her untimely actions on social media platforms. First, in May 2020, during the George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter Movement, the ‘Hurts Like Hell’ singer took to TikTok Live to disclaim the allegations about her getting plastic surgery. Her action was criticised by TikTok users as they deemed it inappropriate following the ongoing protests.
Madison Beer apologised on her Twitter handle, citing that she has been a supporter of the Balck Lives Matter Movement. Again, in June, she faced another backlash as a video of where she was posing for a photo-shoot at a Black Lives Matter protest went viral. She refuted the claims that she staged a photo-shoot at the scene and also stated that she had been part of the protest for days and never took it as a photo-shooting opportunity.
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In the same month, an Instagram Live clip showing where Beer stated that she romanticized “Lolita” – a Vladimir Nabokov’s 1955 novel about a middle-aged professor who becomes obsessed with a 12-year old girl whom he later got sexually involved with, went viral. As a result, a hashtag; #MadisonBeerIsOverParty started trending on Twitter at the time, but she later tweeted that the story was fake.
She also apologised for the statement and clarified her stance, stating that she would not condone paedophilia or any improper relationships of any type.
What We Know About The Singer’s Love Life
The beauteous music artist has been in a few relationships since she came to the limelight. She, however, has had her fair share of failed relationships as her first dating attempt as a teenager ended on a nasty note. After putting an end to her romantic affair with Zack Bia, Madison is said to be single at present. We garnered all the deets about her past romantic affairs.
Madison Beer, who is also a YouTube personality, kickstarted a relationship with Jack Gilinsky in 2015 after they met at a party. Jack is one half of the music duo Jack & Jack best known for their singles ‘Wild Life’ and ‘Rise’. After dating for more than a year, the couple went their separate ways due to the controversy of Jack Gilinsky’s reported abusive behaviour.
It happened that an audio recording of the pair engaging in a heated argument in which Gilinsky verbally abused Beer was leaked in 2017 and afterwards, they ended the relationship.
In the same 2017, Madison Beer kicked off another romantic affair with Zack Bia who works as a club promoter. The couple had an unsteady relationship as they dated on and off for over a year before finally parting ways in early 2019. While they were together, they had an altercation outside of The Nice Guy Club in Los Angeles in mid-2018.
Afterwards, the two unfollowed each other on social media and later got back together in December 2018. They spent the New Year’s Eve in each other’s arm and in January, Beer and Zack attended Paris Fashion Week together before calling it quits a few months later.