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"Nigerian beauty Anami Jordan sings in three languages"

New and upcoming songstress Anami Jordan’s parents were right on the ball when they chose her name, which means “comfort.” Her voice, which is mature beyond her years, exudes a warmth and sultriness that bears a striking resemblance to that word—comfort. With a new project on her hands, Anami hopes to reach fans in a way that she didn’t with her first “mini-album.” “It’s different because the first mini-project was for
those directly associated with me like family, church and close friends. This new project allows me to show different sides of my music and vocal range,” she said.The self-titled album, which is set to drop this summer, features collaborations with Houston, Texas, rappers Paul Wall and Slim Thug. Anami, who is originally from Houston by way of Nigeria, now lives in the D.C. metro area where she is finalizing songs on her album. Her musical style is a mash of hip-hop, R&B and soul. The Nigerian beauty said that she’s always been interested in music (she started singing at age 2), but she didn’t think seriously about a music career until she stepped in the studio and got behind a mic. “I got introduced in the underground hip-hop scene because when people learned I could sing they wanted me to do hooks on rap artists’ music,” she said. Anami divulged that she is getting offers from big labels, however, she is content with staying with the independent label Adebelle Entertainment until “something that allows me to be free with my creativity comes along.” In the meantime, the chocolate beauty continues to produce music in Spanish and her native Yoruba in honor of her parents. “The sky is the limit and I’m open to what the cosmos might bring in my life.” You can listen to some of Anami’s self-titled album on or
- by Christina Coleman - Sister2Sister (S2S) Magazine




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Beautifully gifted is a perfect description of Anami Jordan. With vocal and writing abilities far beyond her years, Anami
has also found time to write and produce her music in different languages. Her influences encompass the likes of super
Soul artists such as Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and Whitney Houston as well as our new-aged Hip-Hop ringers such as
Mariah Carey, Destiny’s Child, Christina Aguilera and in between. In an industry overflowing with synthesized voices, it is
absolutely refreshing to hear the sweet sounds of Ms. Anami Jordan.

Anami, who grew up in Houston, Texas, is very proud of her full-blood Nigerian heritage. She has been singing since the
age of 2 and constantly challenges herself in her writing and vocal ability. She has a keen ear and loves to work tirelessly
at her goal of becoming one of the music industry’s top performers of respected quality music. The ability to know music
on many different levels, she believes, is a God-given talent and it runs in her family. If her looks alone don’t captivate
you, her voice definitely will.

Now Anami is doing it big in the D.C. metropolitan area, aka “the DMV”, where she enjoys recording her music. Her style
works to satisfy the music flavors of all listeners and her collaborations include many hot Rap and Hip Hop artists such as
Paul Wall and Slim Thug. In a YouTube tribute, Anami honors Oprah with a song she wrote giving thanks for the mark she
has made on her life and the lives of so many others! She was featured in Sister 2 Sister magazine, she’s the recipient of
Velocity Magazine’s Best Female R&B Artist and Best Video awards, and all the while, she is the host of her very own music
video show called “In Luv Wit Hip Hop” on the Real Hip-Hop Network (RHN).

She will always give credit to her source of strength above because she knows where her talents come from. She is young
and sexy, determined, witty, spontaneous, and outgoing. As far as acceptance, it is assured that the world is ready to
accept Anami Jordan with open arms.