One Of Malta's Top DJs Is About To Make His MTV Debut
We can't wait to see how this goes
Original Photo: Marthese M Delezio
Sailing through a highly productive 2017, local DJ Joseph Armani is riding the wave of his latest single Happy People all the way to the biggest international music station, MTV. Currently topping Malta's dance charts for the last three weeks, the single is soaring to the top.
Joseph Armani is not new to the electronic music scene; his latest venture includes teaming up with Dutch singer-songwriter Baxter, well-known for his collaborations with big names in the industry including Yolanda Be Cool, Joachim Garraud, Stanton Warriors, and many more.
A music video for his latest single was filmed at the Showers Event back in July, with the objective of using the video as a means to promote the Maltese islands as a clubbing destination, something that his entire team is banking on through MTV's existing close ties to Malta with events such as the Isle of MTV.
The video, which will be released on MTV and all other major European music medias towards the end of 2017, was edited by Armani's close friend and colleague, DJ Ruby from Pure Media.
Music video for Armani's latest single Happy People from his upcoming album.
Armani is slated to release his newest album in March 2018, following the release of hits like Catch Me If You Can, and now Happy People. Following suit, Armani has numerous projects in the pipeline including a collaboration with Richard Edwards from local band Firelight.
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Joseph Armani, born in Venice and raised in the little Mediterranean island of Malta, has been in the music business since he was a little boy at the age of 5. Since then, DJ Armani toured around the globe headlining some of the world's top clubs and festivals, from Russia to East Europe, to Japan and South America as well as all over Europe. His latest hit single, Happy People, will be airing on MTV later this year. Stay tuned.