Promising new pop duo ManneQuin emerges on the scene in a big way with their potent pop stomper "ManneQuin." The hyper infectious tune is dominated by a massively hooky chorus that is primed for the pop charts.
No wonder that record labels are eager to sign the group, including Beluga Heights chief J.R. Rotem (Britney Spears, Jason DeRulo, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj) who delivered production assistance to "ManneQuin."
ManneQuin is the brainchild of Dan Priddy (pictured left), a talented singer/songwriter from Bedford, England who has steady roots in entertainment and music. Inspired by his bandleader father, Priddy's muscial journey began at the age of seven when he learned how to play the piano and guitar. Eventually, he started playing drums in high school bands that explains his percussive style on the keys that is part of MannQuin's signature sound.
The prêt-à-porter qualities of ManneQuin's sound and aesthetic combined with all-inclusive statements like "I'm not a man, I'm a mannequin" reveals the group's total commitment to be a great pop act that fits everyone.