Eamon - F**k It(I Don't Want You Back) released 12th April through Jive Records
The worlds first 'ho-wop' artist Eamon releases his controversial debut single 'F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)' on 12th April through Jive Records. This single is taken from Eamon's debut album 'I Don't Want You Back' released on 26th April.
This genius track recently topped the Billboard Single Sales Chart for 9 weeks, ironically making it the US's official Valentines No.1. While the nation went up in arms over a flash of breast, a track with 33 expletives topped the charts.
After it's first play on BBC Radio 1, the day after Valentines, the reaction was similarly divided as BBC received a huge amount of both complaints and requests.
Twenty year old rapper Eamon hails from Staten Island, New York. He began performing in front of large audiences at the young age of nine in his father, Walter's, Doo Wop band. By the time he was fourteen, he had performed at New York's Madison Square Garden and New Jersey's 20k capacity
He was only fifteen when he caught the attention of Hip Hop writer/producer Mik Dee. Five years on and the time nurturing his own unique sound has produced an innovative and challenging new sound for the 21st century Urban
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