Bio

 

RIMIDI is an experimental alternative soul performance artist, vocalist, songwriter and musician from Miami who has joined forces with bandmates, bassist Danielle "Danny" Morrison and drummer Roderick "Big Rod 305" Williams, to create a pulsating three-piece band experience with RIMIDI on bass guitar and as the lead vocalist.

Her stellar music performances are unlike no other, leading crowds into undoubtedly mouth dropping and chilling euphoric experiences in ways they, themselves, are unable to deny leaving them wanting more. In addition to being a skilled performer, RIMIDI's musical ability and sound is filled with a plethora of emotions influenced greatly by life and its experiences. RIMIDI trained musically as a child and bred in a home where music of all genres were always playing in the background, thus, is heavily influenced by a wide variety of musical genres blurring the lines between them all. Her writings, as early as the age of 11, are highly developed and intuitive words of poetry filled with realism, penetrating the soul.    

In 2013, RIMIDI delved deep into her sound and artistry with the release of her first debut creation and EP Album, “The Dopamine Collection vol. 1”, produced alongside Forrest Darden. RIMIDI has since spent the last few years developing and honing her craft as a heart-felt songwriter and performing artist. She has been featured, along with her band, in many venues across the state of Florida while working with a wide variety of musicians, artists and producers as an artist, songwriter, musician, vocal arranger, composer & producer.

RIMIDI is currently producing and recording a new collection of songs with producers, Fudakochi and Elijah Gee, to be announced and released later this year. For certain, this body of work will be a wanderlust experience that will leave an undeniable mark in time itself. Check out her latest project, "The Dopamine Collection, Vol. 1" and please be sure to join our mailing list to be the first to receive updates, news and music releases.

 

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