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Exclusive: Meet Emmanuel Kelly, Singer Who Dreams of Becoming 'First Differently-Abled Pop Star'

Discarded in a box as an infant and left in a park in Iraq to fend for himself, with no birth certificate, no passport, and no identity, Emmanuel Kelly shouldn’t even be alive.

Found by a nun, he was taken to a Mother Teresa orphanage where he met Ahmed, also born with severely underdeveloped limbs due to the chemical warfare in their community. The boys, who consider themselves brothers, were raised together in war-torn Iraq for the first seven years of their lives.

Maejor Is Having a Major Year: International Artist/Producer Talks New Album, Anitta and Justin Bieber

International artist and producer Maejor is on a roll. He’s worked with Justin Bieber on songs like  “One Life”, “Heartbreaker”, “One Love” and “Love Me Like You Do;” with Wiz Khalifa on “Rooftops," and most recently, with Brazilian singer Anitta on “Vai Malandra.” 

Now Maejor has teamed up with another big Brazilian artist, MC Livinho, on new single “Rebeca.” 


Fabriq Takes on Hookup Culture In 'Get Behind the Feeling' Video: Premiere

"Get Behind the Feeling," Fabriq’s third single release, is the duo's take on millennial hookup culture.

While the track evokes the soul-force of Prince and the pop-funk of recent Calvin Harris, the lyric is unique to the experiences of the 22-year-olds, as it critiques the limbo between fear of commitment.