Emerging 17-year-old DMV rapper YungManny releases new track and video “Color Blind.” Following the release of his viral hit “Clap For ‘Em” – which currently has nearly 6 million streams on Spotify alone – featuring Flo Milli and Sada Baby, “Color Blind” once again highlights Manny’s signature buoyant energy and catchy verses that he’s known for over a upbeat tempo.
The DMV native started rapping as early as 12 years old and hasn’t stopped putting in the work since. YungManny released his EP, Confused and the hilariously manic visual “Moana Pt. 2” in 2020, which was the highly-anticipated sequel to 2018’s “Moana.” Previously, Manny went viral with tracks and videos like “Moana” (5.2 million views), “I’m YungManny” (1.9 million views) and “All My Guys Are Ballers“ (3.6 million views). Aside from being a gifted rapper, Manny is also classically trained in piano, has a passion for giving back and is highly intelligent. In fact, his high-level of learning and achievements in academics earned him an early graduation from high school at just 15 years old. Now 17, YungManny is making a stellar return to music and is primed to make the leap from a known DMV talent to a national name.
Check out “Color Blind” from YungManny below: