Kranium wants more

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

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KRANIUM has joined forces with Nigerian-American singer Rotimi on the single Want More .

Rotimi — born in New Jersey, United States, to Nigerian parents— is known for his role as Andre “Dre” Coleman in the STARZ original series, Power.

Both acts announced the collaboration through their social media pages recently.

Want You is also featured on Rotimi's newly released album Jeep Music Vol 1. The eight-track project also features collabs with rappers 50 Cent and TI.

Kranium (whose given name is Kemar Donaldson) is from Montego Bay, St James. He relocated to the United States just over a decade ago.

His career began with a series of appearances in the Tri-State area, which helped create a buzz for him, especially in the Big Apple. He began opening shows for Gyptian, Serani, I-Octane and Tarrus Riley.

Currently signed to Atlantic Records, he is best known for hit singles like Nobody Have To Know, Lifestyle, We Can, and Can't Believe.




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