Karamanti collaborates with Ghana’s dancehall icon, Stonebwoy Burniton



Recording artist Karamanti, who is based in Kingston Jamaica recently connected with one of Ghana’s most recognized dancehall artists, Stonebwoy Burniton.  The two agreed to work together after being interviewed on the Karl X radio show out of the UK on the same day.

The agreement which was made via a social platform will see them collaborating on two tracks. The first of the two is “X-Factor”, which was produced by Infectious and is a record by Stonebwoy Burniton, featuring Karamanti. The follow up song will be produced by Newton Walker and will be a record by Karamanti featuring Stonebwoy Burniton.

Listen and download “X-Factor” here.

Both camps are hoping that this cross marketing effort will help each artist break new ground and acquire a fan base from the others region.  For more news, music, pics and videos from karamanti, visit http://karamanti.blogspot.com/.


Karamanti Gets Heavy Rotation In Africa

Jamaica based, Reggae/Dancehall recording artist, Karamanti is enjoying success in a few African countries with songs that are being well received in their respective territories.

For several months now, her song entitled “West Africa” has been somewhat of an anthem for certain communities in parts of West Africa. The song, which has received well over 15,000 you tube hits and counting, speaks of her love for, and connection with the people of West Africa.

Recently, Karamanti was asked by Ghanaian based producer, and radio personality, Strike Dee, to record a song for his production company, S-Dee Music. The outcome was a single called “African Song” that was officially released in Ghana at the beginning of March and already is getting heavy radio rotation on several commercial stations in the region. Karamanti and her team are also in talks with promoters in Ghana about the possibility of a tour before the year is out. 

Other African countries that are rapidly connecting with Karamanti’s music are Malawi, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.  Check out the “African Song” here. 

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