In 2015, Rowe signed an artist deal with Ultra Records, and in 2018 she began performing publicly as the DJ AFTR PRTY.
31 Facts About Autumn Rowe
In 2020, Autumn Rowe began to use her platform for activism and co-wrote the song "We Are" with Jon Batiste, which was used on the "Mask Up America" campaign.
Autumn Rowe was born at the Beth Israel Hospital in South Bronx, New York.
Autumn Rowe went to high school in Times Square NY, where she was enrolled in the gifted and talented program.
At age 16, Autumn Rowe had an internship at Island Records.
Autumn Rowe decided she preferred creating music over working with labels.
Autumn Rowe's first co-writing credit came when she signed a development deal with producer Swizz Beats who played one of her original songs to British soul artist Estelle.
Autumn Rowe was a writer for "Happiness" by Alexis Jordan, the song later becoming the FIFA Women's World Cup theme in 2011.
In 2011, Autumn Rowe co-wrote the pop single "Hello" with duo Karmin, Stargate and Claude Kelly.
Autumn Rowe collaborated with British artist Cher Lloyd on the multi-platinum single "Swagger Jagger".
Autumn Rowe began writing with Leona Lewis and worked with her on her 2011 single "Collide" with Avicii, which peaked at number 4 on the UK Singles Chart.
Autumn Rowe was a writer for her 2013 single "Your Hallelujah".
In 2013, Autumn Rowe was a writer for the track "Don't Wanna Dance Alone" from the Fifth Harmony debut EP, Better Together.
In 2014, Autumn Rowe wrote "Sexy Love" with Cutfather and Wayne Hector in a writing camp in Copenhagen.
In 2017, Autumn Rowe collaborated with Leona Lewis on the Pitbull single, "Only Ones To Know".
Autumn Rowe was a writer for the song "Love's Just a Feeling" from Lindsay Stirling's album Brave Enough.
Autumn Rowe wrote and performed on "Give A Little" by American pop band The Hot Damns.
In 2020, Autumn Rowe revealed she had been collaborating with long time friend, Jon Batiste, on his single "We Are".
Autumn Rowe cites the song as being "very special" to her.
In 2003 Autumn Rowe formed a band called Autumn Rowe band, with herself as the lead singer.
In 2005, the band worked with Swizz Beats, who mentored her, which led to a collaboration in 2007 with Bone Thugs-n-Harmony where Autumn Rowe sang on 'Candy Paint' produced by Swizz Beats.
In 2006, Autumn Rowe released the EP Sunshine, whose title song was later used in the soundtrack for the film My Last Day Without You.
In 2012 Autumn Rowe performed with French Rapper Disiz on the song Best Day, which was released via Def Jam Records in France.
In 2015 Autumn Rowe signed an artist deal with Ultra Records, releasing her debut single, "If I Don't Have You".
In 2018, Autumn Rowe began performing publicly as the DJ AFTR PRTY.
From 2013 to 2017, Autumn Rowe was a vocal coach for NBC America's Got Talent.
Autumn Rowe grew up listening to DJs through her bedroom window in the South Bronx.
Autumn Rowe married Even Stenvold Tysse in Norway in 2019 and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Outside of music, Autumn Rowe is a fan of animals, cooking and vintage clothes.