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- Emiko courageous different rock EP Emiko – Looking At Later
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- Emiko powerful video for us all Emiko – I Believe You
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Emiko courageous different rock EP Emiko – LOOKING AT LATER: I first reviewed Hammond organ and Alesis artist Emiko in her “The Making of Simple Love” video, and have been following her website, Facebook posts & everywhere else she posts these days… yes, she’s THAT GOOD!
Her latest EP is jam-packed with exciting energy and very powerfully tells her story about fighting off the forces of evil that abound in our world today… I was especially impressed with tunes like the punchy “I Believe You“… strong lyrics, superb vocal mixes and coursing through with great organ work… this one is already getting plenty of action from the “replay” button on my iPhone!
The cast of collaborators on her magnificent music is amazing… Tommy Faragher, Kevin Fisher, and Abdul Aleem Ameer Ahmad join Emiko to help her create some of the most inspiring tunes you’ll ever hear… as is totally evident on “Invincible“… I just loved this song!
There will be a whole series of videos coming soon for these songs, and I’m looking forward to watching and reviewing each of them as they are published… in the meantime, you should go over to Emiko’s YouTube channel and subscribe – TODAY!
My absolute favorite song on this EP is Emiko’s “Hold On To Hope“… it’s not just that Emiko’s vocals (and the lyrics) are awe-inspiring, it’s also because her message will touch the hearts of all those souls around the globe who need to know that there IS hope – in any situation, any place & any time (as my own struggles and ongoing recovery from substances long ago prove)… this song will be getting award nominations, NO doubt in my mind. I give Emiko and her musical cohorts a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for this high-energy EP!