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Manika Q&A

Singer-songwriter Manika just released her summer single “Just Can’t Let You Go” featuring Lil Twist, and the 17-year-old sensation isn’t stopping there! Although her music is taking off, Manika still had time to chat with Kidzworld one on one - check out this exclusive Q&A! Back to Article

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onyx_rox
onyx_rox wrote:
2012-01-09 22:52:36 -0800

Blah!She's Alright!Frustrated

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Shuffling3000
Shuffling3000 wrote:
2011-07-29 12:16:51 -0700

But she is pretty Big Grin

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Shuffling3000
Shuffling3000 wrote:
2011-07-29 12:16:22 -0700

I am so,so.so,so,so sorry for saying this... but i don't think she sings too good.. :\

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4eversofly
4eversofly wrote:
2011-07-24 19:00:02 -0700

awesome shes very pretty

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fUnNyGurl345_1560716
fUnNyGurl345_1560716 wrote:
2011-07-24 07:59:45 -0700

She sings well

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nglow
nglow wrote:
2011-07-23 13:08:48 -0700

i just love manika's look! great q&a!

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