- Would You Mind
- Miss Me Feat. SLV (Joe Budden)
- Broken Heart
- Wrong Impression Feat. Emilios Rojas
- Lock & Chain Feat. Ghostwridah
It's not often the world gets to meet a triple threat with the immense, unadulterated talent at the magnitude possessed by Emanny. The dapper, young new singer, songwriter, and producer is getting ready to take the world by storm with his melodic singing voice and witty but mature lyrics. Born Emanny Salgado in New York, 1983, his family made sure he was introduced to music at an early age. With several relatives who rapped, sung, and recorded music, it was only a matter of time before little Emanny followed in his relatives' footsteps. At 14, he joined the world renowned Boys Choir of Harlem. It was in the Boys Choir where he met members of a group he would be a part of called DyNaste, and began pursuing music seriously. While in DyNaste, Emanny gathered much performing experience and was critical in the success of DyNaste as a lead vocalist, but he also was known for his talents as a gifted young songwriter. In 2000, DyNaste was forced to break up, which left Emanny to go on and use all he had learned while in the group to make himself a successful Singer/Songwriter. Since then, He has written, recorded and co-produced over 100 songs and in 2008, Emanny released a single entitled "All I Can Do" and it has since recieved National and International notice while also getting spinned on major radio stations such as Hot 97 in New York. Now in 2010, Emanny has a single entitled "Time Is Up" which he hopes to have the same success and more that his first release "All I Can Do" recieved. With 10 years of performing, songwriting, producing and recording listed in his book of experience, Emanny has performed and recorded with Patti Labelle, Gerald Levert, Billy Killman, James Taylor, Carl Thomas, Ginuwine, Joe Budden and many more. 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 as a true musician.