The Young Singer, Songwriter That Has Transformed into a Sexy Artist on the Rise.

Trying Various Genres Including Rap/Hip-Hop She Has Now Found Her Niche Where She Started — in Pop.

Having shared the stage with famous artists such as 50 cent, Ariana Grande, Cody Simpson, One Direction, Olly Murs, Sublime, Panic! at the Disco and more, singer, songwriter Manika (pronounced Ma-NEE-ka) is on the verge of becoming an entity on her own.

If you hadn’t yet, you may soon hear her most recent feat, her latest single written and co-produced by her, “I Might Go…” featuring hit superstar rapper Tyga. The music video quickly generating more than 400,000 views as she humorously teases the idea that she might go lesbian as she lists her many frustrations with men. A charismatic Tyga steps in saying he’s a one-on-one kind of man, in an effort to close the gap, creating a sizzling display of romantic tension.

Manika, who resides in Los Angeles, is not just another talented pop star, she was discovered by Michael Jackson’s long-time manager, music executive Frank DiLeo. She has since proven her musical strengths having written and co-produced her new single “How Can I Love” (playing on Sirius XM & Top 40 radio) that has charted at number 7 on the U.S. Billboard Sales Chart. She incorporated videos from her fans into her “How Can I Love” music video in a way that is very different from any other music video concept. Manika credits its huge success to how the song’s lyrics relate to such a personal, deeply emotional level to a diverse crowd.

Manika paid her dues while touring with One Direction on their North American tour, performed at scores of venues including KISS FM’s Wango Tango, the Hollywood Style Awards, the nationally televised Hallmark Hollywood Christmas Parade, headlined the Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Tour and headlined Pepsi’s Shop Til You Rock Tour. She has performed in concerts and prestigious events before various audiences, from hundreds to tens of thousands at dozens of venues including MGM’s Music Festival Wine Amplified, Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay, The Pearl at Palms Hotel and Casino – NV , Beacon Theatre – NY, and Patriot Center – VA just to name a few.

Manika recently headlined Light nightclub in Mandalay Bay Las Vegas and Hakkasan nightclub in MGM Las Vegas. She performed on the main stage at MGM’s 2015 “Wine Amplified” music festival with 50 Cent, Sublime, and Panic! At The Disco.

Her resume also lists her as a rapper, producer, published author and reality TV-show host. She is host of a new reality TV-series “Global Beauty Masters” which airs on the TLC TV Network and on Discovery. The series is the only competition and reality show that celebrates the beauty profession by integrating hair, makeup, nails and styling, from the mainstream to the extreme. Its hosted and judged by beauty experts. Global Beauty Masters captures the artistry, passion and compelling characters, both in front and behind the camera.

The Asian-Spanish American performer’s music has graced the charts from the earliest days of her career to the present. Her seven top 40 and top 50 singles on the most competitive chart —the Top 40 Media Base Published chart— include: “Just Can’t Let You Go” featuring Lil Twist & “How Can I Love”. Four of her seven charting singles have also charted Top 20 on Billboard. “How Can I Love” is her highest charting song at number 7 on the U.S. Billboard Single Sales Chart.

To date, Manika has built a strong following as she publishes her music with impressive results. Her recent single “How Can I Love” received more than 5.32 million spins on Pandora.

Manika’s social media following is equally impressive with a certified 3 million fans on Facebook, a growing 117,000 followers on Instagram and 1.16 million followers on Twitter. Manika’s YouTube views from her combined singles is nearing 10 million.

Over 500 magazines, various other news and media outlets have featured and written about Manika including Jimmy Kimmel, E!, Perez Hilton, Huffington Post, Fashion Police, Sugarscape, Fox News, Cosmopolitan, Cosmo Girl, Seventeen Magazine, MSN, USA Today, AOL, AOL Music, AOL Entertainment, Vogue, People Magazine, and so much more.

With this growing momentum, Manika now sees herself going deeper into the art of music perfecting her craft with no boundaries to her expression. All elegance and class, she is now ready to find the right partners and take on the opportunities that will bring her artistry to the next level.

She has developed a brand as a pop artist while engaging her fans in other platforms including her own radio program on Dash Radio Network with over 5 million listeners, and now looks to have her own column in Hype Magazine.

As a published author, Manika has donated the proceeds from her first book “The Exciting Adventures of BOO” to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). She served as their spokesperson and gave inspirational talks to inner-city school children and visited young cancer patients. Manika, who wrote her first book when she was 15-years-old is now completing her second book.

Manika’s versatility and penchant for trying unique styles and looks drew media attention at the Grammys. Although she wore an eye-catching, jaw dropping see through number, it earned her a spot on the E! Worst Dress at the 2016 Grammys list. But Manika has wait many credits to be daunted.

Feast your eyes on this mesmerizing beauty and experience her amazing voice by visiting

Twitter @ManikaOfficial
“How Can I Love” music video
Panic! At The Disco (The full Manika Concert)