Dann-I signs with Donsome Booking Agency

Saturday, February 24, 2018

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IN a move to establish himself in markets outside of Jamaica, reggae singer Dann-I recently signed a deal with New York-based Donsome Booking Agency.

“With Donsome Booking Agent now handling my affairs, I am looking to capitalise on what I have yet to accomplish as a professional recording artiste; that is gaining more international and local recognition in the music industry,” said Dann-I.

The singer made the connection with the agency through his manager Sonny Spoon. He has been working assiduously over the years, resulting in hits such as Uncle Come, Time Nuh Wait, Tek Life and Honey Lips.

“Currently, we are promoting a single titled When She High, produced by Sons of Spoon Music, which has been getting some positive feedback from radio, social media and in the streets,” he said. A video for the song is in the making and will be ready for release in March.

He also has an album in the making.

“Over the years, we have been releasing singles after singles, now we are finally working towards my debut album. We also have some upcoming collaborations in the pipeline,” he continued.

Given name Damarah Danni, he was a member of the male vocal group Que, which entered and placed in the Top 5 of the Digicel Rising Stars competition in 2005. After the group was reduced to a duo, he later left for a solo career in 2009.

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