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Artist Name

Angel Wratto

Genres

Pop, RnB

Location

Los Angeles, CA, United States

Biography

Biography

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter, dancer, and actor Angel Wratto, a native of Ephrata, PA, has an extraordinary way of cutting through the core of his listener’s ears. With a passion for music from an early age, Angel’s voice is one that can’t be described in a single music genre. Angel’s fervently R&B-Pop music exposes a truly unique sound of his own.
He released his first single “Love a Good Thing” on July 31, 2019, on all digital music platforms and was featured in the Ephrata Review article Reaching for the stars, published on August 7th, 2019. Also feature in SKINGS online magazine, among the top 20 artists and songs, published on September 30, 2019. Feature on BuzzMusic site October 10, 2019, among the top 10 artists. Angel’s first single has influences of Usher, R&B-Pop, and Hip-Hop dance vibes.
Angel performed in the New York showcase “Gotta Do it Big” in Philadelphia on January 9. Angel performed his first single “Love a Good Thing” for the first time on August 7 at Ephrata, PA Show “One Last Farewell before College”
From his first single performance, Angel has been getting critics like ” It’s a new R&B sound wave” – DJ Bop, “it’s catchy sound” -Zach Werner.
Angel Wratto had met and have a full-on conversation with Magic Johnson, Leslie Brathwaite- audio engineer for Cardi B Invasion of Privacy album, Marcella Araica- recording engineer For “Mosley Music Group

Background

Angel is a born of a Liberia descent, however, he has spent something in Liberia for some year. when he was 5 he started singing and dancing to 90’s record for Micheal Jackson, Jackson five, James Brown and many more.

Fact Sheet

He’s a singer that can dance, act and perform live. He’s an independence artist right now, his goal by 2020 to have the right manager or management team that will work with him to take his career to the next level.

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Reaching For the Star, December 12, 2019