MP3 Bomani "D'mite" Armah - The Hustle/Shake it Off (Explicit Version)
"I''m not a rapper, I''m a poet with a hip-hop style" Hard hitting, live instrument inspired beats and insightful lyrics
8 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop, HIP HOP/RAP: Rap
Bomani “D’mite” Armah
Bomani Darel Armah is a poet, songwriter, producer, performer and educator. Born in Washington D.C. and raised in the metropolitan area, Bomani uses his life experiences, mixed with his musical and poetic skills, to paint lyrical pictures of life as he sees it and the future as he envisions it. He was an English major with a concentration in poetry at the University of Maryland College Park and as a self-taught musician and producer is quickly making a name for himself in the DC Metropolitan music scene.
He is featured on the album and first single/video from Mello-D & The Rados: “Cool Witchu”, which aired on BET’s Rap City and peaked at #3 on national college radio charts. Bomani has scored independent films including BET’s Wrap-It-Up original film “Multitudes of Mercies”. He has appeared on WHUR 96.3, WPGC 95.5, WPFW 89.3, WMUC 88.1, https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com. He has featured/performed at such venues as the Nuyorican Poet’s Café (NY, NY), The Black Cat (DC), Studio Theater (DC), Karibu Books (MD), Bohemian Cavern (DC), Mangoes (DC), The Market Five Gallery (DC), Art-O-Matic 2004 (DC), Tawes Theater (University of Maryland College Park), Organic Soul Tuesday (Baltimore, MD). He is also an organizer and host of “Arts Under the Stars” at Sankofa Video & Books (DC.
He has worked as a youth counselor for over three years at Martha’s Table Teen Program, a consultant for American University, The National Council of Concerned Black Men, The American Poetry Museum, Artivism, Sol y Soul, and is currently the writer in residence for the D.C. Writers Workshop.
Bomani is a founding member of the DC hip-hop band Lauda, a member of the Blackout Arts Collective and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. He has been published in magazines and journals such as Reality Magazine, and WB&L Journal. In 2005 he joined forces with visual artist Gemal Woods and now operates Park Triangle Productions, a multi-media studio based in NW DC.