Glenn Lewis is back!
The Toronto native has returned with a hot single (“Can’t Say Love“), that’s buzzing around the nation and a new album on the horizon and EURweb has been lucky enough to score behind-the-scenes footage of the debut single from Moment of Truth.
Check out the footage below and look out for an upcoming feature on Glenn Lewis, along with the premiere of “Can’t Say Love.”
Glenn Lewis Background info(via Wikipedia):
Lewis was born Glenn Ricketts in Toronto to a Trinidadian mother, and a Jamaican father. From the ages of 8 to 14, he also lived in Trinidad before moving back to Toronto. After moving back to the city, he attended high school at Eastern Commerce Collegiate, where he won a talent contest by covering Stevie Wonder’s “I Just Called to Say I Love You“. After high school, Lewis began recording demos and performing at nightclubs, eventually becoming a respected act in the city. He parlayed this success into the release of his first single, “The Thing to Do” in 1997 on Beat Factory/BMG Music Canada. The song earned him a Juno Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul Recording. His second single, “Bout Your Love“, was released in 1998 and garnered a second consecutive Juno nomination. Lewis was also featured in “Whatever it Takes,” a track which appeared on fellow Canadian R&B singer Jazmin’s 1999 debut album Better Be Good.
This exposure eventually landed him a deal with Epic Records. Lewis’ debut album, World Outside My Window, was released on March 19, 2002. Fueled by the hit single “Don’t You Forget It“, the album peaked at #4 on the Billboard charts. The single earned him a Juno for Best R&B/Soul Recording. He promoted the album by touring with R&B singers Alicia Keys and Tweet, among others.
Get more of this Glenn Lewis bio at Wikipedia.