Leona Lewis is a singer who won the third season of the television talent competition The X Factor. ‘A Moment Like This,’ her debut song in the United Kingdom, was published in December 2006 and broke a global record when it was downloaded over 50,000 times in 30 minutes.
Leona was born on the 3rd of April, 1985. She was born in Islington, London, to Maria, a Welsh mother, and Aural Josiah, a Guyanese father. Bradley, her older half-brother, and Kyle, her younger brother, complete her family.
Lewis released her debut extended play, Hurt The EP, in 2011 with the single “Collide,” a collaboration with Swedish DJ Avicii. Lewis’s third studio album, Glassheart (2012), signalled a shift in her creative style, with dubstep and electronic music serving as an influence.
During her Glassheart Tour in mid-2013, she began recording material for her first Christmas album. Later that year, Christmas, with Love was released, and the lead single, “One More Sleep,” reached number three in the UK. Lewis broke Olivia Newton-record John’s of seven top-five singles with this chart entry, becoming the first British female solo artist to reach the top five with eight singles.
Leona Lewis Parents: Meet Aural Josiah Lewis and Maria Lewis
Aural Josiah Lewis is the father of Leona Lewis, a well-known British singer. Maria Lewis is Aural Josiah’s wife. Leona Lewis is the daughter of Aural Josiah Lewis. Aural Josiah Lewis’s net worth is believed to be $1,200,000, while his annual salary is projected to be $100,000. Entrepreneurship is his source of riches.
Maria Lewis is descended from Welsh, Irish, and Italian ancestors. Maria married Aural and had three children: Leona, Kle, and Bradley.