May 12, 2022 | Dancehall/ Hip Hop artiste Armanii has always had an undeniable passion for the musical arts which has awarded him much success in his career today.
The artiste who is a proud Kingston College past student, exited the institution before migrating to The United States in an effort to further his education in business studies.
After carefully analyzing the market, the artiste made a viral entrance into the music scene with his single ‘No Fvcks’ which dominated iTunes and Spotify Reggae charts debuting at number 10 and 15 respectively.
The official video for ‘No Fvcks’ is currently closing in on 1M Vevo views while the single has garnered over 1M in total streams across digital platforms.
In an effort to keep the momentum going, Armanii has followed up with ‘Talk’, an equally enthralling single produced by SartOut Records.
Making its way to digital platforms on March 25th, ‘Talk’ has already managed to accumulate over 300K in digital streams and over 100K Vevo views on the official video.
Crediting a large part of his current success to social media and a dedicated team, Armanii describes his rise to fame as undeniable but humbling; “The experiences I have had since venturing into music have been both deserving and heartwarming because I have a team that works overtime to ensure that my fans get the best product there is to send viral on Tik Tok and other social apps. My fans send each single I release viral across social platforms and it has allowed my music to enter various channels worldwide. I have been playlisted by several top music curators, entered several charts and it makes me proud to know that I am on my way to becoming a household name through hard work and real love from my fans”
Currently, Armanii is gearing up to release ‘Nahmal Pree’ along with collaborations from noted labels such as; SartOut Records, DJ Mac Productions and Kulcha Records.
While Armanii continues to fervently promote his current singles, the artiste has expressed that he will be venturing on a promotional tour to Jamaica in months to come.
SOURCE British Link