LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) -Two many years of teaching in a pandemic has resulted in lots of teachers re-analyzing their professions. For a person LPS instructor, it led her to observe her aspiration of developing music.
Emmy Hernandez taught household and consumer science at Lincoln Northeast Substantial Faculty. Just after paying evenings and weekends creating songs in the course of her educating career, Emmy is now pursuing her tunes vocation comprehensive-time.
“I just concluded up my teaching year with LPS and all over the final year, with making songs movie and creating a lot more tunes, I think it’s time a really make investments in myself and my songs and concentration on building additional music creating a lot more songs movies and filling my cup alongside the way,” Hernandez said.
More than the last calendar year, Emmy has labored alongside her fiancé to convey her new music to the forefront. Emmy, who performs under the title Emmy Jo, launched her very first-ever new music video clip for her solitary, Yellow 12 months, past Tuesday pursuing the close of the LPS university yr.
Emmy partnered with a movie director primarily based in Los Angeles to develop the online video. Right after two yrs of educating through a pandemic, Emmy said it was time to stage away from the career and aim on her enthusiasm.
“I think it is time a truly spend in myself and my music and target on earning much more tracks earning additional tunes video clips and filling my cup alongside the way,” Hernandez said.
The audio online video is just the initially drop of this summer. Emmy said she’s ending up her initially EP that is established to be introduced later this summer time. She has two singles out on songs streaming platforms.
“We form of joke about that they’re unfortunate lady bangers mainly because I’m definitely influenced by emotion and commonly when I’m upset or unhappy that conjures up me,” Hernandez mentioned.
Emmy reported she strategies to use her summer months to release her EP and gain a pursuing on social media to reach a broader audience.
“Moving ahead I want to retain telling tales with my tunes and hold it reliable to both stories I have gone by means of or tales folks in my lifetime have absent by means of but I almost certainly wont get way too significantly away from my unhappy girl bangers,” Hernandez explained.
Emmy’s hottest tune, “Yellow Year” is on YouTube, Spotify and Apple Tunes.
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