Amani is a Pop musician from Kenya. She has won various awards, including the Best Female category at the 2009 MTV Africa Music Awards. Amani signed to Ogopa Deejays in 1999, soon after graduating from Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls High School in Thika. Amani’s first break came after she released her debut single “Move On” was a radio hit that introduced her to local music fans. Her follow-up release “Tahidi” was part of Ogopa Deejays maiden compilation album Kenyan Club Classics. After featuring in Nameless’ 2002 “Ninanoki” hit, the biggest song that that year. Perhaps her biggest break came when worked on a ground breaking song with International RnB singer R. Kelly alongside top African stars Ali Kiba, Navio, Fally Ipupa, 2face Idibia, JK, 4*4 and Movazeleine. The song titled “Hands Across the World'” made it to the billboard 100 and had over 1 million downloads in Africa.