Manu Manzo was born on April 14, 1994, in the city of Caracas, Venezuela. She started singing at a very young age as well as acting and dancing. She grew up listening to jazz and Latin music at home with her family. At the age of 10, she relocated to the United States and been part of different music groups.
Later, she studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston for two years where she discovered new sounds such as Neo Soul, which gave her new influences. She started a band, booked gigs and pursued her singer-songwriter career. Then in 2015, she released her first EP Como Soy her sound is a mix of all the genres that have influenced her life from Latin to Jazz, and Hip-hop to Neo-Soul just like the blues. Furthermore, Manu got nominated for the “Best New Artist” category in the 16th Latin Grammys. Also, in 2016, she signed with Peer Music Publishing. She is currently recording her second album written by her and produced in Los Angeles by James Poyser, The Audibles and SOS. Then in 2018, her latest EP Intermedio was released.