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UB First Listen: Emanny Debuts “Wrong Impression” feat. Emilio Rojas


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It’s not often the world gets to meet a triple threat with the immense, unadulterated talent possessed by Emanny. The dapper, young new singer, songwriter, and producer is taking the world by storm with his melodic singing voice and witty but mature lyrics.

Born Emanny Salgado in New York, his family made sure he was introduced to music at an early age. With several relatives experienced in music, it was only a matter of time before Emanny followed in their footsteps. At the age of 14, he auditioned and was accepted to be a part of the world renowned Boys Choir of Harlem where he gathered much of his musical knowledge and experience.

Since then Emanny has been blessed to use his gifts and talents by performing and recording with great artists like Patti Labelle, Gerald Levert, Billy Killman, James Taylor, Carl Thomas, Ginuwine, Joe Budden, Styles P, Jadakiss and many, many more. While fame and fortune are memorable forms of achievement in the arts, Emanny says “I would love to be remembered as a person who always gave people music they can relate to and love at the same time. Most of all, I would want to be known not just as a singer, producer, or songwriter, but also as a true Man of Music.”

Today Emanny releases his new single “Wrong Impression” feat. Emilio Rojas and we have your First Listen! The single is the second release off his new 14 track mixtapeSongs About HER“, set to be released on May 15th! Check out this hot joint & and download it free for your iPod!

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4 comments on “UB First Listen: Emanny Debuts “Wrong Impression” feat. Emilio Rojas

  1. Pingback: Emanny "Wrong Impression" (Download) x Emilio Rojas | MP3, Hulkshare, Mediafire

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