Born in New York City and currently residing in South Florida, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter emmanuelle sasson asked her father if she could take guitar lessons when she was just 6. When he said yes, emmanuelle practiced for hours upon hours until “I had to dip my fingers in ice water because they burned so much.”emmanuelle was seven when she started singing and became a young songwriter by the age of fourteen. That same year, she was diagnosed with severe Scoliosis followed by a back surgery. The emotional and physical change brought down her mental state. Her escape was listening to music by some of her favorites artists; a memorable time when she started to further develop her musical taste.“I began listening to artists like Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and Jason Mraz and listening to those artists encouraged me to learn more about other instruments in general.” True to her adventurous form, emmanuelle went on to teach herself how to play piano, drums, bass, and ukulele.”At 14, emmanuelle began taking voice lessons to hone her unique vocals while continuing to feed her YouTube channel with song covers in the solitude of her bedroom/music studio. Her original material seemed entirely created from her backpack while attending high school, some while being hospitalized due to back surgery. That tracklist represented everything she had experienced over those painful years.As for her songwriting, emmanuelle turns every day challenges and pain into her inspiration. “Every time something not-so-great happens in life I just think to myself, ‘It’s okay, I’ll write a song about it.’ Songwriting is my therapy. It helps me release any emotions I don’t know how to express just by speaking. That’s why my songs are so dark. It’s the side of myself that I don’t often show to other people. I'm an open book, but I don’t let everyone read the chapters.”Now, emmanuelle has just released her new single and lyric video for "i'll be fine". ?"'i’ll be fine” was written 3 years ago while I was still trying to find my sound and my place in the world. I wasn’t the most positive person, but I tried my best to find the light in the midst of complete darkness. The word “fine” can sometimes hold a negative connotation, but in reality, even with all of the obstacles we encounter, we’re still alive with bold pumping through our veins and oxygen in our lungs; as long as that’s still happening, we’ll all be fine."It's that raw emotional connection that sets emmanuelle apart from her contemporaries. Her lyrics are brave, warm and truthful and, above all, honest, and she’s not afraid to address complicated feelings. “Feelings aren't weaknesses, they're strengths. Whether it’s happy or sad, I want to open a whole new world so I can show people that it’s okay not to be okay.” emmanuelle just graduated high school and released her debut album smoke&mirrors on April 19th. emmanuelle goes on to say, “This material has some of the most honest songs I’ve ever written. It talks about anxiety, depression, complicated relationships (including friendships), and self-discovery.” In turn, emmanuelle has managed to create a musical style and message that, while evoking many of today’s top performers, stands on its own as uniquely powerfully and emotionally resonant.emmanuelle recently performed at the NBA Halftime Show at American Airlines Arena's Xfinity East Plaza in Miami on January 23rd, as well as numerous shows for South by Southwest in March of 2019. She is currently preparing to go on her first tour as an opening act for Stephen Kellogg and Tyrone Wells.