Manny X is an independent R&B/Soul/Pop Producer, Singer, Songwriter and Multi-Instrumentalist whose sound is influenced by Usher, Drake, Bruno Mars and Stevie Wonder. Manny boasts a strong online fanbase, enjoying the support of fans all over the country as well as internationally. As a producer, Manny X has worked with numerous talented artists in the Providence and Boston area. In 2011, Manny released his long awaited full-length effort, Songs About H.E.R., which received positive praise and has amassed thousands of plays and downloads from fans and critics. Born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Manny X was brought to the United States at age 5, where he has spent the remainder of his adult life. Hailing now out of Providence, Rhode Island, Manny is a gem of the New England music scene, focusing on musicality and classic songwriting that speaks to fans of the R&B/Soul genre and others. Manny X’s music can be found on iTunes worldwide, Rhapsody, Amazon mp3, Zune, Spotify and countless other online music stores. In June of 2012, Manny X was hand selected by 2 time Grammy award winner, T-Pain, as the Grand Prize winner of Guitar Center’s “Your Next Record” nationwide competition. More than 4600 hopefuls entered this competition for the chance to win top of the line recording equipment and record a 3 song EP with T-Pain and producer Young Fyre. T-Pain called Manny X’s music “New, Fresh and Exciting…I Can’t wait to get into the studio and make some records with him!” Manny X’s latest release, Genesis EP has already made major waves in the industry after debuting on the Front Page of the R&B/Soul genre of iTunes and having his latest single, “In Front of You” featuring T-Pain as the R&B Single of the week on June 25th, 2013! In just one week of it’s release, it amassed over 40K downloads, appeared on countless major internet sites and remained on the front page of iTunes for three weeks. Sales rise as Manny X heads back into the studio to create new music and prepare for the release of his highly anticipated follow up album!
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