Autumn Rowe is a singer/songwriter/producer/DJ from New York. Growing up in the South Bronx, she applied her musical talents in a range of roles from bandleader to session singer. Later she became a sought after songwriter, working with some of the world’s biggest artists and record labels. She wrote the dance anthem behind the 2011 FIFA World Cup “Happiness” featuring Alexis Jordan, and has worked with Dua Lipa, Ava Max, Jon Batiste, Stargate, Jax Jones, MK, Avicci, Zedd, Alesso, AfroJack, Deadmau5, Alex Newell, Leona Lewis, Digital Farm Animals, Boy George, The Knocks, Nick Jonas, Kali Uchis, Kacy Hill, Fifth Harmony, Rodney Jerkins, Sinead Harnett, Lindsey Stirling, Becky G and Macy Gray, among many other artists.
She performs as the DJ act AFTR PRTY since 2018. She is currently signed to Stellar/Sony ATV as a writer and Ultra Records as an artist.
Autumn is also a celebrated vocal coach. She appeared on season 2 of The X Factor and as the only vocal coach on America’s Got Talent for five years, between the show’s ninth and thirteenth seasons. She has coached artists including America’s Got Talent winner Grace VanderWaal, Fifth Harmony, Bea Miller, Arin Ray, Carly Rose Sonenclar and Diamond White.
Currently living in Los Angeles, Autumn continues to write and mentor both established and emerging artists. She most recently collaborated with Jon Batiste, Ava Max, Naia Izumi, Tkay Maidza and P!nk, while continuing to work on her own projects as an artist and producer.
In 2020, Autumn began to use her platform for activism and wrote a song called "WE ARE" by Jon Batiste, which had been chosen to be a part of the "Mask Up America" Campaign. "WE ARE" was crafted with Autumn to help fuel the Black Lives Matter moment.
Autumn became Co-Director of SONA (Songwriters of North America) songwriter relief fund fighting for the rights of songwriters and also raising money for grants. In 2020, Autumn joined the board of directors for the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce. In July 2020, Autumn became a judge on Music Is the Universal Cure song competition.