Initially famous for her participation in the 2013 season of the French reality talent competition The Voice: La Plus Belle Voix, she went on to release a 2015 debut solo album, Chambre 12, that quickly rose to number one on the national French music chart. Her hit singles include "Avenir" and "Jour 1."
When she was just twelve years old, she competed on a reality TV talent show called L'Ecole des Stars.
Also an Actress, she won Cesar and Lumiere Awards for her debut film role in the 2014 comedy feature La Famille Belier.
Born Anne Peichert, she later adopted the stage name of Louane Emera. Her father passed away several months before she competed on The Voice.
In 2017, she collaborated with Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers on their single "It Won't Kill Ya."