Da-mani aiming to rule the roost

Friday, January 26, 2018

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Da-mani Distribution is aiming to become the future for independent digital distribution in the reggae and dancehall music circles.

The one-year-old Los Angeles-based company has been responsible for the distribution of several releases, which include songs from Spragga Benz, Red Square, Agent Sasco, Hollow Point, Bittah SoSicka, Iyara, Survivor Slim, and Xyclone's Billboard chart-topping album From the Basement to the Big Leagues.

Clifton Bennett, a representative for Da-Mani Distribution, shared what the company plans on bringing to the table.

“We get artistes paid quicker. No longer will artistes wait to be paid every six months which the norm with most distribution companies. We can show artistes weekly reports of how well their song or album is doing sales-wise. We have a platform that gives both established and non-established artistes the potential to chart,” said Bennett.

Aside from digital distribution, the company is also involved in distribution of physical CDs and publishing.

“We can also get your music videos on iTunes, Apple Music and Amazon and other online platforms. We work with artistes not only in reggae and dancehall, but in every genre. However, most of our success so far has been reggae and dancehall related,” Bennett added.

— Kevin Jackson




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