Melina Mellé is a 19-year old pop singer songwriter from a small city called Barrie, near Toronto, Canada. Her music influences are Ed Sheeran and Selena Gomez and her attitude is reminiscent of Alanis Morissette. Melina Mellé has prophetic insight into what teenage girls really go through. From the growing pains of dealing with parents – to having issues with boys – to the scary reality of becoming a young adult, Melina Mellé writes songs about their lives.

“So I must confess – I’ve shed a tear or two – You won’t address – this kind of attitude. It could be raining and I’d still be burning for you” – (Burning for You – Melina Mellé)

Melina Mellé works with songwriters and producers in Barrie, Toronto, Nashville and Los Angeles. Specifically, she has worked with producers Keith Thomas (Celine Dion), Malik Yusef (Kanye West), Vincent Barry (Beyonce), Tearce Kizzo (Ne-Yo), and Carlos “Los DaMystro” McKinney.

“I have produced songs for stars like Rihanna, Mariah Carey and Usher.  Melina Mellé has the rare combination of having that ‘it factor’ (Star Quality) and being a young person who works hard at being a thoughtful songwriter and multi-instrumentalist”.

(Carlos “LOS MYSTRO” McKinney)

Currently a senior in high-school, Melina Melle is self-promoting on social media, has seen an increase of followers on her @MelinaMelleMusic Instagram and recently received over 230,000 views of her cover of Justin Bieber’s “Cold Water” in a week.

“OMG I Love Her Voice!”


Melina Mellé, who has won various awards and competitions, is most proud of winning the “Northern Ontario Singing Competition” at age 13 (in the 13 – 18 year old category) and winning “Best Song” at the Songwriter Girl Camp in Nashville in 2015. For three summers, Melina Mellé has been busking (performing covers and originals) in downtown Barrie. She has also performed at Hugh’s Room, The Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, and Horseshoe and Blue Mountain Resorts. The “Bitter Sweet Sixteen” movement will kick into over drive once she graduates.

“Being a teenager is not so sweet, so I write songs

to make life a little easier for me and my fans.”

(Melina Mellé)

“I don’t wanna go to your party… I’m gonna live it up on the highway”

(Bitter Sweet Sixteen – Tearce Kizzo, Hailey Collier, Melina Melle).