Emma Essinger ‘OH OH OH’ : A valid echo to the legends of a conceptual bold and nuanced. Joy.

Emma Essinger

Emma Essinger, is an artist, singer, saxophone player, songwriter and producer living in Stockholm, Sweden. She’s so cool. And with her music, it feels like there’s just nothing that can get in her way.

“The song is about fighting that negative voice in your head, having two different sides, one supportive who says “come on you can do it” and one who says, ‘f**k no, back off’,” said Emma. “I also wrote it as an honest talk to myself that in the end should be like a pep talk and a reminder to grab life at its core.”

Recently we could hear her on the Swedish pop star Little Jinder’s newly released single ‘Travel back in time’ and the remix with the given name ‘Saxtramental remix’, both with minute long saxsolos.

Yes. Sax. Solos.

With colorful bindings and personality, Emma’s a score of excitement and effervescent 80’s tinged majesty in ‘OH OH OH’. A valid echo to the legends of a conceptual bold and nuanced, Emma’s absolution of pop and vibes, gives her listeners happiness and joy.

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