Maybe you’ll remember him for having the most defined abs of all The X Factor UK seasons so far. Yes! He’s the one and only guilty pleasure Sam Callahan. The former barman and model from Essex, now turned into a potential British pop star, is ready to conquer the charts.
Before he started his journey in the talent show, where he was eliminated in week 6, Callahan attended Sylvia Young Theatre School with The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes, was part of mixed-gender group managed by Geri Halliwell, and even released his debut/independent single “Runaway Train“, produced by John McLaughlin.
Since then he is working in the studio on new songs, and is giving way to what will be his first studio, planned to be launched during in 2016. So far, few details are known about this musical project.
Before that, the singer plans to release his debut EP called “Bigger Things” on November 15th, preceded by the EP’s title track and first single which has been produced by American producer Troy Antunes. About this release, he said:
Bigger Things is an edgy pop ballad. I wrote it after an argument with an ex and I was quite emotional at the time. It’s about how we shouldn’t let stupid, trivial arguments wreck something precious. It’s all about focussing on the more important and bigger things in life.