Detroit Singer-Songwriter JonPaul Wallace To Drop “Love’s Not For Everyone” On January 14th, 2022
Written by Staff on 7 January 2022
JonPaul Wallace is a singer-songwriter from Detroit, MI. His style blends current pop and hip/hop sounds with the Motown soul of his hometown. JonPaul’s career got its jumpstart at age 17 when he rewrote the lyrics to Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” and convinced his high school administration to let him sing it at his high school graduation. The video of that performance went viral and accumulated more than 20 million views across all platforms.
Since then, he has been releasing singles and building his live and online audience. His music is available on all major digital platforms as he also continues to perform at a variety of venues in and around Michigan.
JonPaul Wallace mainly sings, writes, and plays piano, while also earning production credits on some of his work, while he continues to be featured in different outlets around the globe. In addition to pursuing music fulltime, JonPaul also graduated from Oakland University with a Bachelor’s degree in both finance and marketing.
JonPaul is continuing to evolve as a singer, writer, performer, producer, and as a person. You can keep up with JonPaul Wallace’s creative journey on all social media platforms, and stream his music on all major music platforms. Look out for his brand new single, “Love’s Not For Everyone” coming January 14th, 2022.
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