German-Canadian singer-songwriter Megan Bülow is more commonly known by just her surname. Born in Germany and currently living in The Netherlands, she spent her childhood living in Canada, America and the UK. She released her first EP 'Damaged Vol.1' in 2017 before she had left high school. Its synth-based pop mixed with lyrical melodies and catchy tunes received high critical acclaim. Three of the tracks from the album, 'Like This Guy', 'Not a Love Song' and 'Lines', all released in 2017, were instant successes on online streaming services, reaching millions of hits in a very short space of time. 'Not a Love Song' reached number 32 in the Canadian Hot 100 Chart. Her second EP 'Damaged Vol. 2' was released in 2018, including the single 'Sad and Bored' which featured rapper Duckwrth. In 2018, her self-penned single 'Two Punks in Love' reached number 57 in the Canadian Hot 100 and was streamed millions of times online. She released her third EP 'Crystalline' in 2019. This contained the track 'Sweet Little Lies' which was also an instant hit online, reaching number 58 in the Canadian Hot 100 Chart. 2019 also saw the release of the extremely popular hit 'Do You Mean' by The Chainsmokers, featuring Bülow and Ty Dolla $ign.

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