- As part of his journey Ommy Dimpoz has also release his new single and music video entitled ‘Dede’ featuring natives DJ Tira, Dladla Mshunqisi and Prince Bulo.
Dar es Salaam. Tanzanian musician, Ommy Dimpoz, has officially joined the Sony Music Entertainment Africa Family following into the footsteps of other musicians who are already on the label.
Speaking about his signing, Sony Music Entertainment Africa’s managing director, Sean Watson, called it a proud moment.
“It’s a proud moment having an artist of Ommy’s calibre make the decision to partner with us at Sony. We’re excited about joining forces with him to bring his amazing music to the ears of as many fans as we can.”
On the other hand Ommy Dimpoz said he was excited to be joining the label which he says is a home of many taleneted and successful musicians.
“I am excited and honored to join Sony Music Africa, a home of talented artists globally. This partnership is a very important step in my music career at the right time in my life, to see my growth and diversity in the music career. I am looking forward to a great partnership and a very successful venture with Sony Music Africa,” he said
As part of his journey Ommy Dimpoz has also release his new single and music video entitled ‘Dede’ featuring natives DJ Tira, Dladla Mshunqisi and Prince Bulo.
The video for ‘Dede’ sees a fashionably styled Ommy Dimpoz move through a selection of performance scenes while flanked by choreographed dancers.
Ommy started his music career as a band vocalist for Tanzanian artist T.I.D and later on branched out as a solo musician with his first studio single titled “Nai Nai” featuring Alikiba.
The single topped the charts and gave him a solid entry into the entertainment scene. He followed that release with “Mama” featuring Christian Bella, and it scored him several awards and recognition as a credible musician in Tanzania and beyond.
Ommy Dimpoz received East African recognition with his third massive hit single “Me and You” in collaboration with Tanzanian songstress Vanessa Mdee.