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The Broken Angel Emhasleftthebuilding Soars High with Her Brand-New Pop Song ‘BEFORE I GO’



The American singer-songwriter emhasleftthebuilding released a pop song ‘BEFORE I GO’ vibing with cosmopolitan loneliness and heartbroken tragedy for one last time.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Valley Stream, Aug 5, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – In a very conspicuous way, the singer and songwriter from New York, emhasleftthebuilding merges her stunning style of singing with her inner vulnerability in the latest single BEFORE I GO‘ out on Spotify. Produced by Genuin, she has always got the support from her successful brother Genuardi to grow as an independent versatile artist and answer every artistic call she ever had. She is free, fearless, and sometimes fragile like a sandcastle; her songs are like the pages from her personal journal that has stories of mood swings, feelings of hatred, drowning in the pool of jealousy, and the pink and purple sky of love.

emhasleftthebuilding is an American upcoming pop and R&B artist who loves to collaborate with various artists from different domains. She is also passionate about writing songs for herself and others. She has written many notable songs for some well-known artists and the time has come that she enters into her gala phase with the success of ‘BEFORE I GO’. Singing about strange feelings inside her chest, and the aloofness from the familiar faces, she succumbs to the grey world of disappointment and sulkiness.

She never focuses on a singular mood for a whole project. The multi-instrumentalist has tried to penetrate the song ‘One Sixty’ with a bit of R&B based pop tunes to make a surprising hook that the world would chime. She is on a new road in her life where she makes memories and performs songs on them threading with pop beats and her acrobatic, pleasant falsetto.

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