Karmin: From Covers on YouTube to the Cover of ‘Rolling Stone’

Here at The College Juice, we love a good Social Media success story and right now, no one is a better example than Karmin. This musical duo, made up of Berklee College of Music alums, Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan, blew up the social media universe when they posted their cover of “Look at Me Now” on YouTube. Since then, they scored a record deal, an SNL performance, and two singles on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. For the engaged couple, however, the best is yet to come.

Recently, they were announced the winners of Garnier Fructis and Rolling Stone’s “Women Who Rock” contest. More than 850,000 votes were cast before the duo won, beating out other popular female artists like Rita Ora and Dev. The retro-inspired Amy will grace the latest issue of the popular, music-centric magazine out today. Inside, the article will spotlight Karmin’s dedication, enthusiasm, and pure talent. We can’t wait to see what else they have in store.

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