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10 Summers Records Newest Artist Amirah ReturnsWith Acoustic Version of Debut EP Wish It Wasn’t You



Emerging 18-year-old singer/songwriter Amirah has released an acoustic version of her debut EP, Wish It Wasn't You. The new project, titled Wish It Wasn't You (Acoustic) EP, showcases Amirah's captivating vocals accompanied by the guitar work of GRAMMY Award-winning musician Justus West. This six-track EP offers fans a fresh take on their favorite songs, including the standout track "Tokio," featuring new vocal arrangements by Amirah. Executive produced by Mustard, the EP is rich with lush chords and melodies that are sure to resonate with listeners of all ages.


Last week, Amirah surprised her classmates by performing for them for the first time during "Senior Day." Introduced by Mustard, she delivered a memorable performance ahead of her prom, leaving her peers and teachers mesmerized. The surprises continued as Amirah announced the acoustic version of Wish It Wasn't You during her graduation day through a compelling compilation video, generating excitement for the project's release.


Amirah's musical journey is a testament to her resilience and determination. She began playing the piano at the age of three and had her first solo performance with the church choir at seven. The pandemic allowed her to showcase her talent on TikTok, where her first video, published in March 2021, went viral three months later with over 11 million views. This success led to her signing with Mustard’s Grammy Award-winning label, 10 Summers/Interscope Records, just six months later.


The Wish It Wasn't You Acoustic EP features six tracks: "Tokio (Acoustic)," "Wish It Wasn't You (Acoustic)," "Time (Acoustic)," "Don’t Get Me Started (Acoustic)," "Found You (Acoustic)," and "Beautiful (Acoustic)." This collection offers a new and intimate listening experience, highlighting Amirah's vocal talent and musical versatility.


Amirah – Wish It Wasn't You (eAlbum)

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