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No. 1 on the i-Tunes NZ Vocal Chart: SOMETHING ABOUT YOU

PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate Release - 9th April 2014

There's something about emerging Kiwi Artist

Emma Stenbeck …


Emma's debut single SOMETHING ABOUT YOU has hit the No. 1 spot on

NZ i-Tunes Vocal Charts since release on Friday April 4th, 2014.


Zealand born singer EMMA STENBECK has released her first single ‘SOMETHING ABOUT YOU’.

The single premiered on the 4th of April and has already made its way into the top 100 in the New Zealand iTunes chart.

http://itopchart.com/nz/en/top-songs/vocal/ No. 1 since Friday, April 4


http://www.hotmusiccharts.com/nz/itunes/vocal No. 1 since Friday, April 4


http://www.apple.com/nz/itunes/charts/songs/ number 98 since Friday, April 4


‘SOMETHING ABOUT YOU’ has a unique sound and a great hook. With its strong beat and moody feel, this track is definitely something new for the New Zealand music scene. The vocals shine through with Emma’s smooth and expressive voice and the melody really sticks.

Emma worked closely with songwriter Mphatic, who is also the producer of the track, to co-write the song, which has been released by Li’l Dog Records globally.

Emma discovered her love for music and singing at a very young age and her dream of having a career in music grew from there. Having performed around Auckland for various events over the recent years, she has now taken the first steps towards becoming a professional recording artist.

“I am so excited to finally share SOMETHING ABOUT YOU with all of my amazing fans and followers. I’ve been working for awhile now on quite a few different tracks and it has been an exciting process – it truly is a dream come true.” Emma explains enthusiastically.


This is the first song of several tracks that will cumulate in an EP being released in the coming months. ‘SOMETHING ABOUT YOU’ by EMMA STENBECK is available to download at all digital providers.


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