Glenn Lewis | Interview
Glenn Lewis is a singer from Toronto, Ontario. Raised in a household with R&B, soul, calypso, soca, and reggae music, Glenn was exposed to music since birth. His father was a member of the vocal group Crack Of Dawn on Columbia Records and his mother was a singer-songwriter. In 2001, Glenn wrote his first single, “Don’t You Forget It”, which reached #30 on Billboard’s Top 40 and #10 on the R&B charts. His debut album, World Outside My Window, was released in 2002, which led him to touring with Alicia Keys. In 2003, Glenn was featured in the film Maid In Manhattan with Jennifer Lopez and contributed to the soundtrack with the single “Fall Again”. In 2004, Glenn received a Grammy nomination for his rendition of the classic song “Where Is The Love”. After many Juno Awards, Glenn will be releasing his sophomore album, Moment of Truth, in 2013. The album gives the listener a chance to get to know Glenn and feel all the experiences he’s been through since the first album. Features include Melanie Fiona and multi-platinum producers Andre Harris & Vidal Davis and Ivan Barrias & Carvin Haggins.