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Twenty-one-year-old Emy Love was born and raised in Corona, Queens, New York. Her father was a DJ. He consistently played Spanish music in their house hold until a passion for singing and song writing became apart of her everyday life. Her parents moved the family to Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, for a better life for their children. Emy Love was involved in school plays and danced. She embarked on her professional career as a singer four years ago and is currently making her debut for the world to hear. With good vibes, excitement and her outspoken personality, she is here to be heard. With her most recent song called “Pineapples”, here is her story. 

How long have you been singing?

I have been singing for four years, I was self-taught. I have been involved with music my entire life I use to dance, write music all the time and perform in a various amount of plays. 

What is your musical background?

Growing up my father was a DJ, and he would play Spanish music all the time, I also use to sing classical music in chorus, but that didn’t work out for me because I am into R n B and soul. 

Why did you decide to become a singer?

Singing, is the only thing that has ever stuck with me, the only thing I have maintained solid faith in and it just comes natural to me.

What was the first song you wrote and what was it about?

I most likely don’t remember, it was something childish back in junior high, that is when I started writing. But my first official song I have ever released was called “Self-Tragedy.” The song was about you fighting with you conscious and the first line to that song says “The conscious is the first thing you listen to before anything.”

What job do you think you would be doing now if you were not doing music? 

Probably some office job, a receptionist. 

If you were to give someone advice on life or how to start songwriting what would you say? 

I would say just listen to your heart and let it flow don’t think too much of it. The hardest part is studio time, when you have to put the entire song together and orchestrating it. 

Who gave you the support to keep writing and who did you play your early songs for?

I never played any of my music to anyone because I was terribly shy and a beginner. I taught myself how to do everything as far as singing, but I use to write music in school and I would write every day. I started to compare myself to others and then I stopped comparing myself and began to show everybody what I could do. Once I did that everyone started to like my music and gave me the advice to pursue music as a career, and so I did. 

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