Dromanoti is no novice to the Hip Hop scene. Harlem, New York is where it all started for Success Club founder and CEO. He started his career by annihilating street battles and rap ciphers in New York City and was deemed by M C’s as being “The Future’s Greatest”. After winning every battle he was signed up for, Dromanoti felt that his battles wouldn’t take him to the highest level as a lyricist in this arduous music industry. At the age of 16 he was offered his first label deal and believes that it was at that moment he realized that the music business was going to be more than just a career. Growing in Harlem projects was where he struggled between the demands from the streets or to pursue a career as a lyricist. He thanks Barry B and Doug E Fresh for teaching him the first steps to putting together a song. When he began free styling to songs that played on the radio he eventually caught the attention of his entire neighborhood. He soon found himself making waves in the hip-hop music scene. His first largest stage performance was for ESPN Star Boxing halftime show at Utopias Paradise Theatre.
Dromanoti was nominated at Justos’s annual mix tape awards for featuring on 157 mix tapes. One of the latest features was on DJ Mello mix tape “The Dope Supplier Vol 5.” Dromanoti performed at SOB’s Hot 97 show which was hosted by Peter Rosenberg where he was told “His determination and talent is going to be the key to his success”. Dromanoti is working on a future project with his label Success Club, which plans to stir a new talk the Hip Hop game isn’t ready for. Nas said “Hip Hop is dead”. Dromanoti has news for all those who doubt his future success but he leaves you with his favorite line “When you don’t expect, you are never disappointed.”
Recent releases by Dromanoti include his 2009 Mixtape “Get Money or Get Lost” and his 2010 single “Light” featuring JNotez. Upcoming release this year is “Broke Millionaires” which promises to meet all the expectations the music industry is looking for.