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Kimarlo Williams aka Daminance was born on the 29th May 1989, Jamaican musician, genre of music dancehall artist and song writer.


Growing up in West Kingston, Kimarlo found interest in music ever since he was in primary school he would normally sing over Buju Banton, Sizzla Tupac & Biggie songs word for word, people said he was very good at it so soon Kimarlo began singing his own words until composing lyrics became very easy, creating slangs and rhymes reflecting the vibes or the times. His lyrics are a reflection of society and everything that he sees happening around him.  People enjoyed them even more. He never stopped whether it was just to entertain his friends and school mates or his community at the small parties and stage shows he felt empowered by the music and everything inside him wanted to continue doing music on a bigger scale.

Kimarlo attended Camperdown High School, where he formed a four member group by the name of “Frass Squad”. In the summer of 2006; he decided to pursue his solo career where he recorded his first solo song by the name of “Robbery” at RPR Studios owned by Richard “Chicken” Dawkins from Portmore. RPR Studios was where he got the name “Daminance” by his fellow entertainer associate Nazidad after listening to the song titled “Robbery”.

In the late September of 2006 he formed a record label “Yung Outlawz Productions”.

Daminance released his single by the name of “Tipsy” in January of 2013  video was released also for the song, where promoter Kevin Kerr  of K.Kerr Promotions aid in boosting the song and video by getting it played on popular stations in Jamaica both tv & radio stations. His fan base grew stronger and he became more popular after which came a lot more videos.

Daminance is now working on his duo mixtape with his friend and producer Prince Villa which will be released in March of 2013.





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