Homeless singer lands record deal after viral video

Emily Zamourka singing in the subway
Emily Zamourka singing in the subway

A homeless opera singer has earned herself a record deal after her singing on the subway went viral.

Emily Zamourka, as she has been distinguished, was indicated playing out Puccini’s “O mio babbino caro” in a video tweeted by LAPD HQ a week ago.

It was subtitled: “4 million individuals call LA home. 4 million stories. 4 million voices… in some cases you simply need to stop and hear one out, to hear something delightful.”

The clasp has since gotten in excess of a million perspectives, driving calls for somebody to help her become an expert drama vocalist.

It was uncovered after the clasp became a web sensation that Zamourka, 52 is a traditionally prepared artist who moved to the US from Russia over 20 years back. She was made destitute subsequent to becoming sick and piling on colossal hospital expenses.

Her prized $10,000 violin was purportedly taken while she was living in the city.

As indicated by TMZ, Zamourka has grabbed the eye of Grammy selected maker Joel Diamond, who apparently needs to offer her a chronicle contract.

The site says the arrangement would be for an underlying collection discharged on his name, Silver Blue Records. It didn’t affirm whether Zamourka had acknowledged.

A GoFundMe crusade has additionally raised more than $59,000 for LA’s Downtown Women’s Center to help Zamourka get off the boulevards, if she “needs their help”.

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