Iyano Iyanti Biography “A family with music is the family tradition” This aspiring Artist has a Taste of destiny is at his fingertips, Iyano Iyanti is blessed with resourceful talent. Deano Hall aka Iyano Iyanti was born on the 8th of February 1983.
This was the time when the political climate of the eighties was the worst the Country had seen. Deano and his family literally ran and “left the house from Cockburn Pen, his Family ended up on the cool hills of Gravel Hill, Claremont , St. Ann. He lived several places in St. Catherine and now rests in Ewarton by Kingston.
At about Fourteen years old, his mother, the only parent he had a relationship with, migrated and since then, his grandmother and aunties all helped to raise and guide him into the positive person he is today, He was one of three children that his father had and only child of his mother.
He attended Bybrook Basic School from there to Linstead All Age school, where he took the grade Nine-Achievement Exam and received entrance into McGrath High in Tredways. There he did his CXCs after which he got certified for courses in bartending and Catering and He did seven months in early childhood education and also getting to teach at the basic school level.
This young artist is to bring his positive flair to the music industry with fresh positive music, Iyano Iyanti is a name he created for himself meaning “The Emerging force of Righteousness” These are truly deep words he utters as a 21st century young Rastafarian. Music is his life. His Grandfather the late James William Boyd was a member in the Alpha Boys Band; also his aunties were very vocal. A musician/producer in the family into music seems inevitable.
It was leaving high school that he began to make serious steps towards making his own music by writing his own songs . EP Called “Positive Components” tracks like: We can make it better; Badness no pay; Uplifting; It Noh sweet; No lethal weapon; Feed me music; Rose’s; Jah please be there.