Bomani Armah

Bomani Armah (aka D’mite, aka Baba Bomani) is a Hip-Hop artist. Raised in Prince George’s County Maryland, Bomani is a fixture in the Maryland Art-Education, Hip-Hop and poetry scene. He first found national acclaim on Billboard’s College Radio charts with his appearance on the 2005 single and video for Mello & the Rados “Cool Witchu”. Bomani is best known his viral 2007 crunk-rap single and video, “Read a Book”. Currently a Kennedy Center Teaching Artist and formerly the Director of Poetry Events for Busboys and Poets, Bomani has performed at varied venues. From hosting the MLK observances at the Washington National Cathedral, to performing edu-taining Hip-Hop concerts at the Fillmore in Silver Spring. In 2019 he released his critically acclaimed Art Integrated Hip-Hop Album “Baba Got BARS”. Bomani is currently touring the country doing concerts, school assemblies, residencies and professional development with thousands of teachers and students each year. He will be releasing his latest album, “Bomani Armah is the Watermelon Man” on Watermelon Day August 1st 2020!

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

“DC’s preminent hip-hop hustler/educator Bomani Armah (of “Read A Book” fame) has been working hard to counteract the complaints of every grown-up hip-hop head who doesn’t think there are any shows worth patronizing.”

Rhome Anderson

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Radio Friendly is nuanced, introspective, thought provoking and just plain good music. It’s the music we love and the way we allow it to love us– like fully functioning, highly intoxicating, brilliantly performed and produced and lyrics that have you searching for the rewind function. This is Grown hip hop by a Grown Ass Man for grown ass people. You will not be disappointed.

Bassey Ikpi

Rating: 0.5 out of 5.

“He’s illiterate, uneducated and unkempt”

Jesse Jackson

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