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Glenn Lewis

Glenn Lewis | Artist |

Born at  March 13, 1975, he’s a Canadian neo soul singer–songwriter. Lewis earned a Grammy Award nomination in 2004 and has also won a Juno Award, with a sum of six nominations.

His breakthrough was with his single “Don’t You Forget It” in 2002 .

Lewis parlayed his Toronto 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. That year, he also appeared on the remix of Maestro‘s single “Stick to Your Vision“. In 1999, he was featured on the track “Whatever It Takes”, which appeared on fellow Canadian singer Jazmin’s debut album Better Be Good. The following year, Lewis was featured on Baby Blue Soundcrew‘s single “Only Be in Love”, from their compilation album Private Party Collectors Edition, earning him his third consecutive Juno nomination. This exposure eventually landed him a deal with Epic Records.

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