D'Yani won't be over-exposed - manager
Fast-rising recording artiste D'Yani will not be over-exposed, his manager Shantell Hill has declared, but he will be strategically placed to take advantage of his fast-rising status on the music scene.
Ever since the release of his powerful debut single, Sad Story, late last year, the young singer, born Andre Chavanie McCormack, has been in much demand. His powerful voice and striking good looks have made him a fan favourite, and he also has a second single, Give Away My Love, due out.
Before the release of that single, he has a number of reputable producers and record labels lining up for him.
Hill lists Silly Walks, Kamal Castro Evans, Kev Star and Jus Easy Productions as being eager to record with the Caribbean Maritime Institute graduate.
"They, among others, have been sending rhythm submissions but we are kind of picking and choosing carefully. We want to pick the right project. We don't want to just jump on every thing and risk him losing his identity," said Hill who recently returned from Orlando where she and her artiste had gone to complete work on a track.
"We are pacing him. We have a plan. We are very much on track. I think we had said six months before we released the first song, so we are well into that plan. When we got back from Orlando we did audio-visual stuff with RD Studios, so we will have that on-line presence. We are trying to grow organically. We don't want to build a smoke-screen where people can hear him, and see him, but they are not hearing any music."