Dammy Krane Biography: Early Life, Background, Education, Career, Songs, and Net Worth

Dammy Krane, born on December 10, 1992, is a Nigerian music artist who is popularly known for his engaging lyrics and melodic voice

Dammy Krane, born on December 10, 1992, is a Nigerian music artist who is popularly known for his engaging lyrics and melodic voice. He is also popularly known for his hit single “My Dear.” Check out this article for Dammy Krane's biography from his early life to background, education, career, songs, controversies, and net worth. 

Dammy Krane Early Life, Background and Education

Oyindamola Johnson Emmanuel, popularly known as Dammy Krane, was born on December 10, 1992, in Lagos Nigeria. Although not much is known about his background, it is at least known that his father once worked in the Fuji music industry as a manager.

Dammy Krane attended Providence Heights secondary school where he acquired secondary education.

Dammy Krane Career

Dammy Krane’s journey towards being a music artist started at the age of six when he joined the children's choir in his church and ministered in various church programs. Other than being a singer, he was also known to be a good dancer and performer.

After graduating from school, with the influence of his father as a manager in the Fuji music industry, Dammy decided to pursue music as a career. Inspired by artists like Fela Kuti, 2face Idibia, King Sunny Ade, Femi Kuti, Sauce Kid, and D'Banj and Sauce Kid, he started recording songs and performing at various shows. 

Dammy Krane eventually got signed to Hypertek Records Label and 960 Music Group after he was discovered by 2face Idibia who saw him perform at a birthday party. 

Dammy Krane Songs

Some of the songs Dammy Krane has released over the course of his music career include:

  • 2010 "I Like Girls Feat Piper and Flowsickk"
  • 2010 "Uni Girls"
  • 2011 "Below"
  • 2011 "Pooner"
  • 2012 "My Dear"
  • 2012 "Shalala" featuring E.L.
  • 2012 "Ligali feat. Pasuma"
  • 2012 "Condom Sir (Gangnam Style Cover)"
  • 2012 "My Dear"
  • 2013 "Really Love You (Yvonne Nelson) Leak"
  • 2013 "Gratitude"
  • 2013 "Xteristics"
  • 2013 "Lobatan"
  • 2013 "Sabi Dance"
  • 2014 "Throw Back"
  • 2014 "Amin"
  • 2015 "Kayefi" featuring DJ Neptunes [15]
  • 2015 "Tomorrow No Dey"
  • 2015 "Izzue" featuring Davido
  • 2016 "Solo" [16] featuring Olamide
  • 2017 "Aye dun"
  • 2017 "Gbetiti ft. Davido & Shatta Wale"
  • 2017 "Girlfriend "
  • 2017 "On point"
  • 2017 "Oluwa Bless Me ft. Gweazy & Styllo"
  • 2017 "Prayer"
  • 2017 "Catch Feeling"
  • 2017 "Oluwe"
  • 2017 "Credit Card"
  • 2017 "Shaku Shaku"
  • 2017 "Your Body (Odoo Esisi Mi)"
  • 2019 "Pay Me My Money"
  • 2019 "Enjoy Lagos"
  • 2019 "Trotro ft Kwesi Arthur
  • 2019 "Always Say a Prayer (Asap)" featuring Peruzzi
  • 2019 "Mood" (Laye) ft Mayorkun
  • 2019 "Dokomiwo"
  • 2020 "Confess ft Nana Boro"
  • 2020 "Wonder"
  • 2022 "Every Day" ft. Mohamed Ramadan
  • 2023 "Ijo mi"
  • 2023 "Abiamo"

Dammy Krane Controversy

In June 2017, Dammy Krane was arrested in the United States for identity fraud, credit card fraud, and grand theft. It was alleged that while he was on holiday in Miami, he booked a private jet from the company TapJets using a stolen credit card. In August that year, the charges against him were struck out by American courts.

In September 2022, Dammy Krane confronted popular afrobeat superstar Davido on X formerly known as Twitter. He claimed that Davido owes him a huge sum of money and urged him to make good on his debt. 

Dammy Krane Net Worth

As of 2024, Dammy Krane has an estimated net worth of $500,000. 

Dammy Krane Instagram

Dammy Krane's Instagram handle is @dammykrane_worldstar.