“I couldn’t ask her to sing with me” Sami Dan

A Saturday night infotainment program called Kidman Keseat with magazine-style segments on lifestyle, books, music, gastronomy, and more. A fascinating conversation with artist Sami Dan. In 2014, I started my own band with my beloved friend, sibling, and maker, Andy Bete Zema, and we produced a unique CD with three melodies. Since I can remember, music has always been my obsession. When I was a child, I started out like most professionals singing to my neighbors on a handmade guitar that my great friend Rezene assisted me in making. Everything I’ve done as an artist began when I was a member of the Eldan Band in secondary school. I stopped singing live after five years of playing together when I joined the AAU and started writing tunes. Around 12 to 13 years ago, when these events took place, two or three of the collection’s songs were written.
After leaving AAU, I joined Hasset Acoustic and played for a very long time. For the past 18 months, I have also been singing with Sydney Salmon and Imperial Majestic band. Even though I am not a Rastafarian, I learned a lot about reggae and Rastafarianism from this band. My excitement for the two callings is shared by the two fields. Fortunately, I came across a company called Life Consult PLC that allowed me to pursue both of my passions without having to give up or maybe endanger one.

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