aminÉ: The king of duality
Adam Aminé Daniel, known as Aminé, is a first-generation American rapper that was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He is the son of Ethiopian and Eritrean parents who moved to the United States n the early 1990s. Aminé’s debut single “Caroline” was THE hit of summer 2016 and is still regarded for making that
Roots that made me- Amine
Amine is a Ethiopian/Ertriean-American Grammy and BET hip hop awards nominated rapper and songwriter. His career skyrocketed when he released “Caroline” in 2016 it was number 5 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 2016-2017. He performed on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and released additional songs to his first album “Good for you”.
Aminé: The son of ETHIOPIAN immigrants who made it big
Aminé is an American rapper who is the son of Eritrean-Ethiopian immigrants. His parents moved to the United States in the 1990s, where both of them worked hard to achieve their idea of the “American Dream.” Aminé graduated from Benson Polytechnic High School, moving on to attending Portland State University. However, shortly after his attendance,
A Connection, Not a Title
Recently, I wrote about the Ethiopian-American rapper from Portland, Amine, taking the rap scene by storm. His song ‘Caroline’ was an instant sensation for people of all ages, and today I want to look at one of his songs on the same album. The song ‘Baba’ was written by Amine and produced by the same