Joseph Emanuel drops El Roi

Friday, August 11, 2017

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Gospel singer Joseph Emanuel has recently released El Roi (The God Who Sees) .

The track, self-produced on the singer's Jah B Records, was released last month. The single is a blend of reggae acoustics, reggaeton and hip hop, carefully fused to create a contemporary uplifting mood.

“I would love for this track to become a number one on the charts, but that's not my main goal. If even one person is brought back from the brink of suicide or comes out of depression, then the song would have fulfilled its purpose,” said Emanuel.

“I hope this song helps people who are depressed, stressed, who feel like giving up and throwing in the towel; people who feel like there is no tomorrow,” he continued.

El Roi is featured on Sun and Beaches Summer Mixtape by DJ Marlon Young.

A music video is in the work.

Joseph Emmanuel (given name Joseph Emmanuel Millwood) grew up in Gordon Town, St Andrew, and got baptised at the age of 18. A past student of Excelsior High School in St Andrew, he began his musical journey as a secular artiste in 2006.

He released his debut EP and album Born Again in 2015.

His other singles include Jesus is God and Constantly.

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