Born on October 30th, 1995, Pauline Mancini has been surrounded by music her entire life. It wasn’t until the age of 16, however, that the young artist would discover her passion. Not knowing how to read sheet music, she composed and recorded her first few songs in the privacy of her bedroom. Once she made herself known as a musician to family and friends, no one could believe that the shy teenager was behind the creation of the songs she showed them. After being encouraged by loved ones, she began posting videos on YouTube and instantly received positive feedback. This inspired her to release a debut album titled “Butterfly Feeling”, which contains 5 of her original compositions.
In 2013, things started to come together when her music earned her an 8th place spot out of 123 groups at the Printemps de Bourges Music Festival. As a result of this accomplishment, she was received as a guest on various radio stations such as Goom Radio in Paris, MixLor, France Bleu, Radio Mélodie, and even Sona 89.3 FM based in Mexico. Additionally, she’s appeared on multiple French television networks. In October of that year, director Thierry Paya discovered Pauline and offered her the opportunity to shoot a music video for her single “Butterfly Feeling” alongside his team.
In 2014, Pauline continued appearing on radio stations across the country to expand her popularity while composing more songs. Eventually, she was invited to perform publicly in music halls and for public events. She also sang for the Rotary Club of Taipei, Taiwan, which was her first public performance abroad.
In February of 2015, she uploaded a cover on YouTube of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black”. Some days later, she was surprised with a response from Amy’s mother, Janis Winehouse, congratulating her via Twitter. That same year, while on a trip to England, Pauline and Janis met on two occasions and the young musician was invited to visit her house. There, she had the privilege of playing the very guitar owned by her idol and of admiring her awards in musical achievement.
In 2017, musician Antoine Calabro met with Pauline and offered a collaboration opportunity to create a new album titled “Garçonne”. That same year, she was invited to sing on behalf of the Osez le féminisme (Push for Feminism) movement in Metz during the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
In 2018, the young singer reminisces her first encounter with love and releases her latest single in English called, “Falling”. Grateful for the learning experiences throughout her journey, she currently continues planning for the release of new, personal compositions.
In 2019, she has signed with the American Label Rehegoo Music Group (NYC - LA - London).