ABOUT MANU MANZO
MANU MANZO singer and songwriter born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in the city of Miami, began at an early age to study singing, dancing and acting. She grew up listening to jazz and Latin music, including artists from her native Venezuela. Having lived as a child in Venezuela, Mexico and Spain lead her to discover new sounds. Artists such as Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Amy Winehouse, Sarah Vaughan, Celia Cruz, Residente, Notorious B.I.G and Alejandro Sanz influence Manu and inspire her art.
Since moving to the United States at the age of 11, she sang in various musical groups in Miami and continued her studies in theater and acting.
She studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston for two years, where she discovered new sounds like Neo Soul.
She was nominated for the 2015 Latin Grammy® Awards in the category “Best New Artist” for her first independent EP “Como Soy”.
In 2018, she released a second EP titled “Intermedio” produced by her publisher Peer Music. She released her singles “Caminando” and “Sucia Boca”, under the In-Tu Línea-Universal Music Group label and her EP “Después de las 12”, of which she was an executive producer, in which she combines all the sounds she has loved and lived, urban and modern Latin sounds that envelop us with their fresh lyrics.
At the beginning of 2020 she represented Venezuela in the Viña del Mar Festival and is currently producing her first Album “Luna en Geminis”.