Commencing his musical career at the mere age of sixteen the budding musician, PanamaDaPrince, knew that his prominence was inevitable. The New York City born musician, fashion designer, and creative director, hails from the East New York section of Brooklyn. He yearned to be a positive influence for future artists. PanamaDaPrince, was influenced by the ambidextrous creative Kanye West.
He drew his inspiration for his music through studying the greats of the fashion and entertainment industry. At the inception of Panama’s career he was a musician-opener for vast notable celebrities. He served as a vital show opener for Wu-Tang & D-Block at Webster Hall in 2013. In addition to opening for rapper Lloyd Banks at Stage 48 the subsequent year.
PanamaDaPrince, the multi-creative, initiated his musical career with aspirations to transcend every obstacle. Since the dawn of his career, he has successfully taken on the entertainment industry head-on.
As Panama continued to advance and prevail in his music career his songs picked up syndication. His songs became virtual success as his song “Annihilation” picked up rotation on “Music Choice”. Furthermore, his music acquired distribution by large streaming houses iheartRadio, Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, and Pandora. Similar to his brand, his music began elevating in popularity. Thus landing his hit song “Tim Duncan” in rotation at Flight Club in New York City.
Post-pandemic Panama, released the highly anticipated “Mase Flow”. The song & music video featured hip-hop legend Fatman Scoop. The song was a virtual success obtaining nearly 30,000 views. Adding to the accolades of Panama’s hit single “Mase Flow”, the video was circulated in the heart of New York City. In which, landed “Mase Flow” on a billboard in Times Square. The rising talent PanamaDaPrince continues to elevate throughout his career.
Keep up with the innovator via social media @PanamaDaPrince.