EMIN - Miss America at The Ship
LA Grammy Party
In Los Angeles, the rules are a little different; surrounded by throngs of beautiful people and A-list celebs, Grammy Week is filled with partygoers celebrating their love of music. We filmed Emin as he performed exclusively for the Quincy Jones Foundation at  a Bel Air venue name 'The Ship', singing songs from his recently released album 'After The Thunder'.
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