Indira Imani
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Indira Imani

Washington, Washington DC, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Washington, Washington DC, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo R&B Funk





Since its inception in 2005, A3C has gotten it right--it’s a music festival curated by music lovers, with the intent of exposing new talent to Atlanta and beyond. And in keeping with that tradition, A3C’s “The Future is Female” showcase is bringing some of the budding femme talents of our time front and center to show that the future is brightest for female artists. Andrea Dwyer, the curator of the showcase, said of her background and the opportunity to work in this capacity, “I’m a black, immigrant, queer woman who grew up in poverty in Jamaica. Not many people from my background and circumstance get opportunities like this. I’m grateful. It’s also very important that I get to create space for up and coming artists. A3C and myself are creating opportunity and that’s crucial.”” In her first showcase ever, Andrea has put together a dynamic lineup comprised of the nation’s top emerging talents. Rene Brown, Vnusamr, Tate, Yani Mo, Indira Imani, and Ms. Proper bring so much to the table in their own unique way. When asked why this showcase is important to her, she responded saying, “Because women really are the future. As it relates to music, there are so many talented female artists out right now grinding and putting in the work. I really do believe The Future Is Female.” And with that, we hope all the A3C goers have a great time jamming to Andrea’s showcase, it’s one you don’t want to miss! - AFROPUNK

"Tony Redz R&B Live Showcase"

Tony showcases local RnB acts in the DMV are to get the chance to be heard. - WPGC 95.5's Tony Redz & DynastyRoyale Entertainment

"New Music: Indira Imani- Somewhere"

Indira Imani's Somewhere is an R&B/ Soul original that brings to life the story of long distance love affairs - Get Money Music

"Love The Life You Live "Bring You Home""

Love The Life You Live ft. Indira Imani & Courtesy "Bring You Home" Music Video

About Video: "Bring You Home" is LOVE the LIFE you LIVE's (LLL) newest single, and is now available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, Amazon Music, and all other music streaming platforms.

LLL's Founder and Songwriter Janay M. James explains, "Music is magic. Music is medicine. And Bring You Home celebrates all of that. When I wrote it I just thought about all of the mental, physical, and spiritual sensations that everyone goes through at pinnacle stress moments in our lives."

With a classic track produced by Berklee College of Music alumnus Peter Eddins, accompanied by the soulful vocals of singer/ songwriter Indira Imani, and good vibes of hip-hop by rapper Courtesy, "Bring You Home" is the emerging of musical styles with genuine purpose.

Janay expresses, "I wrote Bring You Home to remind people that through any and everything that goes on in your life there's always something that can bring you back home to your place of positive energy and zen. That something for me has always been music".

Head over to to further align with theirr mission, download or stream "Bring You Home" on your favorite music platform, and checkout their music video above. - DMV Life

"Indira Imani- Boom Kat"

Indira Imani drops off Boom Kat from her project entitled Switch. Boom Kat is a sultry thirst trap of a song that keeps you intrigued start to finish. With quality production, great writing, and vocals that melt in to track Indira has a formula for log term success. The Berkle School of Music grad is now back in the DMV and destined to leave her imprint. Check out the track above and RSVP for your tickets to see her perform live at the SYCE series on 04.06.16 - The Everyday Weekend

"Know Your Scene"

Indira Imani is an R&B/Soul artist from Washington DC that is now living in New York, NY and putting out some fun music. The music on this EP switches (no pun intended) from a classical style of R&B to a more upbeat groove as portrayed in the track entitled “Bad”. The only problem with this EP is that it’s shorter than I would have liked it to be, but that quality does make it an easy listen for those just looking to hear a couple of great new songs by one artist. Other than this EP, she doesn’t have much music online, although after the response she’s been getting from the release of Switch, hopefully that will change. - Marquise

"Indira Imani - Somewhere"

Washington, D.C.-based R&B/Soul artist Indira Imani has just unveiled her song called "Somewhere", which sees her bring to life the story of long distance love affairs. The track is taken from her forthcoming 5-song EP, The Switch Up - a re-release of her first EP, Switch, featuring remixes and new music.

Listen to "Somewhere" below.

The Switch Up will be released on November 11th. - Wonky Sensitive



Indira Imani, is a R&B / Soul recording artist and songwriter from D.C. She graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2015 and her style of music has been described as good vibes, with influences of Go-Go, Hip Hop and Soul Music. Since childhood music has been consistent in Indira's life. She grew up listening to a variety of genres. The highlight of her early performing career was showcasing her talents at the Kennedy Center and the Convention center. As her talent grew, so did her audience.  While attending Berklee, Indira performed at amazing venues local to Boston, MA. She also had the opportunity to perform in Europe on several occasions in Valencia, Spain while studying abroad. In 2016 Indira made her A3C Music Festival debut, performing at The Future Is Female Showcase.  Last year the singer/ songwriter also performed at several other capital venues, notably, Washington DC’s historic Howard Theatre.  She even got some radio airplay from WPGC 95.5 for her R&B single Dreams.  Indira wants her music to spread truth, light, and love to the World!  Good music and good vibes, always.

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