Emi Secrest press photo with orange background
Photo by by Emmy Teal

Emi Secrest releases a lovely neo-soul single, entitled, “Dap”

Emi Secrest is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Memphis, Tennessee. Not too long ago, she released a lovely neo-soul single, entitled, “Dap,” which stands for diamonds are pressure.

Emi Secrest – “Dap” single

Diamonds are Pressure is a reminder that in tough times, the pressure and heat of life, love, friendships, and business deals, sometimes made me feel like I couldn’t handle it. But just when I thought I was being broken, I was actually being stripped of all of that and being transformed into a beautiful diamond. All of that anxiety, disappointment, fear, hurt, and betrayal, made me into the diamond I am today. I regret nothing, I’m grateful for everything.” – Emi Secrest explained

‘Dap’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing soul vocals that will resonate well with fans of Ari Lennox, Jazmine Sullivan, and Amy Winehouse. The likable tune possesses booming bass and thudding drum-laden instrumentation flavored with neo-soul and contemporary R&B elements. Furthermore, “Dap,” the lead single from Emi Secrest’s newest project, is currently being featured on Hulu’s The D’Amelio Show.

Emi Secrest

Emi Secrest press photo
Photo by by Emmy Teal

Emi Secrest started as a backing vocalist on some of the music industry’s most coveted gigs. She has provided supporting vocals for Grammy Award-winning artists—Christina Aguilera, Kanye West, John Legend, and Macy Gray. Also, as Charli’s vocal coach, Emi is a recurring cast member on Hulu’s The D’Amelio Show.

“Dap” single

Emi Secrest - Dap cover art

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