the Singer-Songwriter

Aramie (AIR-ruh-mee), has been singing since his early days in the crib – literally. Before the age of 9, Aramie had already begun performing in choirs at school and church, and by age 12 he was doing professional musical theatre. In high school, Aramie took a huge leap and began performing and writing his own music and, after performing in his Junior year talent show, he decided this was something at which he could really excel. Since then, he has performed in many musicals, showcases, concerts, choral shows across the Chicagoland area and was even allowed to take his talents to New York and Washington, D.C.

Upon attending the University of Illinois – Aramie was able to attain a larger fan base and used that to launch his music efforts. Already, Aramie has built a following of his musical endeavors – Team Aramie. Aramie has been blessed to perform on many stages all over Chicago and the Midwest.  Also, with the growing success of Madison-native L.U.V.’s smash single, “Go Down”, (which features a hook written and sung by Aramie) the music industry is already buzzing about this young  man’s talent.

Although his music has a heavy R&B influence, it is not genre-specific. Aramie finds inspiration in Pop, Soul, Gospel, Acoustic, R&B, Hip-Hop and alternative music. He takes pride in writing (and often composing) all of his music – however is not turning down the opportunity of working alongside other writers. He also writes for a handful of other artists.

Inspiration: Some  of his favorite musicians include Stevie Wonder, Usher, Maroon 5, Kanye West, Michael Jackson, Monica, Toni Braxton and many more.

Anticipation: Following the Christmas 2012 release of Fanatic the mixtape, Aramie has gone into the studio to record his debut EP, “Pretty People, Ugly Things”. He will be performing singles from the upcoming project this Spring/Summer 2013 around Chicago and surrounding cities.

  1. Gina says:

    You are a star!

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