Andre Chavanie McCormack also known as D’yani. Is a Jamaican born singer who artistically is known for reggae and being an advocate for positive and inspirational music.
D’yani is a comical and jovial individual, with a big heart for everyone, but most importantly females, as his love for his mother made him appreciate females more, growing up in a single parent household. He performed at various events, festivals and concerts with the song being most noted for as ‘lovers go’. He attended institutions such as Vaz Prep, Wolmers Boys and Caribbean Maritime, however it was during his years of high school that he found his passion for music.
Influenced by fellow artist and friend Eva Hype, to come to the studio, it was at that point, the shift from hobby to serious interest became obvious. During his period of college, he then became even more engulfed in the art of music, writing and performing and his writing developed into a unique blend, which fuses catchy melodies, witty lyrics and situational concepts to convey his personal experiences.
Musically his influence ranges from Jackie Wilson, Sizzla Koulongi, Jah-Cure to Tarrus Riley .
Recording artiste, singer and songwriter D’Yani has that combination of looks, talent, energy, charisma and charm, arguably a recipe for a delicious musical brew.
Having impacted the Jamaican music space with songs including Vengeance, Heaven’s Telegram and Feelings (remix) featuring Republic Records signee, Jada Kingdom, D’Yani dubbed the newest heartthrob in Jamaican music, is ready to take on the international stage.
Globally, his music continues to reach new audiences, tapping into newer territories daily. He has scored success on multiple global iTunes reggae charts with a bevy of songs such as You’re Mine, Give Away My Love, Feelings and Heaven’s Telegram. His messages are universal, ranging from matters of the heart and social issues, while easily connecting with his growing female fan base.
2021 has been an exciting one for the singer born Andre Chavanie McCormack. He kicked off the year with the inescapable Birthday and since then he has continued to ride the momentum.
Heaven’s Telegram received endorsement from Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star Akbar V who posted the audio on her official Instagram page.
The Spanish Town born D’Yani is a former student of the Wolmers Boys High school in Kingston. He also studied at the Caribbean Maritime University in East Kingston.
He has performed on stages including the annual music festival Reggae Sumfest, Earth Hour Concert, Portland Jerk Festival and Sting among others