Edwin Serrano, better known by his stage name Lil’ Eddie, is a Puerto Rican, Filipino-American pop, R&B/soul singer-songwriter.
The 11x Grammy nominee has had an impressive 2018 between writing and producing for other artists (Eleni Foureira, Maluma, Aston Merrygold), working as a vocal coach on America’s Got Talent and X Factor UK, and releasing his own music. Other placements include Charlie Wilson’s “Chills,” which was #1 for 3 weeks on the Billboard Urban AC chart and Maluma’s “La Ex” feat. Jason Derulo. He was also selected to be featured in the 2019 American Latino Media Arts Awards ‘This Is Our America’ segment.
Aside from songwriter, Lil Eddie has also garnered worldwide success with his music, making an impressive impact in Japan especially – with five #1 albums and the demand for a Greatest Hits release.
“For so many years I’ve helped so many artists find their voice and sound,” he states. “In that, I abandoned my own voice and testimony. It’s time I tell the world my story and share my sound. Music found me and saved my life. I can’t die with all these songs and music inside my heart. This is the sound and voice of Spanish Harlem. The story of so many Latinos fighting for their dreams!”