VICTORIA EMAN lives in the county 'Gelderland´ in The Netherlands, and is of European-Indonesian origin.
In 1991 Victoria started singing at talent shows in The Netherlands with her sister Vanessa as a duo. They won several talent shows or ended up high in the finals. She has a musical family: her father, brother and two sisters also can sing. After a few years of doing paid gigs she stopped singing with her sister and came into contact with musicians who asked her to become the singer of their bands
Since 1996, Victoria has been a singer in several bands. She currently has her own band called ‘What So Ever’. She has also recorded many songs in various music styles. In 2014 she began recording original country songs, written by several great singer/songwriters from the USA and the UK (you can find all her songs on her YouTube channel, on Reverbnation, on the Nashville Universe site and on her Facebook page.
In July 2015, Victoria released her first album 'Change of Direction' with original country songs, written by great songwriters from the UK and USA, via CDBaby and many digital download sites. It was followed, in April 2016, by a whole album of songs by UK songwriter Vic Holdroyd called "Meet you on the Moon".
Victoria's music has been played on radio stations around the world. Her goal is to become a more well-known country music artist, because country music has always been her favourite genre.