Imani the Misfit is an American rapper, record producer, singer- songwriter, keyboardist, drummer, actor and nude model from Maryland. Imani has been featured on Washington City Paper, Examiner.com, Adult Video Network (AVN), Bi-Social Network, Son of Baldwin, SGL Cafe and many other publications as well as over 30 internet radio shows.
Before confessing his sexuality, he was featured on Sheek Louch’s “From the Bottom to the Top” mixtape with his strip club anthem song “Belly Ring”. He was also featured on the “Ghost Ride The Whip” Mixtape, a compilation album that contained songs by Too Short, Lil Flip and many other rappers. He has had his music played in several nightclubs in the Washington DC area, as well as writing a jingle for Go-Go Radio, a hugely popular internet radio station in the DC area that plays “Go-Go” music 24 hours a day. He is also the keyboard player for “Tempo”, an alternative Go-Go band based out of Largo, Maryland. He also wrote and performed the popular theme song for Black FreeThinkers Radio. He also has a clothing line which features a variety of styles.
Imani may be best known for his internet presence on social networks like Twitter, ITunes, Facebook, in which has been banned 14 times (As of November 12, 2010) Myspace, where he has over 60,000 friends, 3,000 subscribers on YouTube, and his appearances on websites such as WorldStarHipHop, This is 50, PA Palace, HipHopGame, Real Rap Talk, Sole Collectors, and Vlad TV .