PMartt as most knowss him is an exceptionally talented and highly promising young singer/Rapper and songwriter who’s sound rivals AkonFlo Rida, and Sean Kingston, with melodic pop tempos and a hip-hop vibe.

Born Martial Njiemoun in Cameroon he relocated to the United States at a tender Age of 10, barely speaking anything other than his native tongues of French and Bamoun, Pmartt learned the English language which later leads him to discover his passion for making good music.

He was recently cast on MTV’s new docu-series, “Time’s Up” which premiered on MTV in March 2014. Airing in over 7 countries, including Holland, Germany, Italy, Latin America, Switzerland, UK, Pmartt’s single “Caught In Love” is also featured on the show.

After graduating from the Columbia College Chicago where he obtains a Bachelor’s in Music Business has moved on with his musical career with high determination to entertain his fans by performing around the nation at national events, concerts, music conferences, festivals, fashion shows, talent shows and much more.

As a gifted good songwriter, he continually writes, recorded, and performed new songs tirelessly, making a name for himself in the hot independent music scene across Chicago resulting in him rubbing shoulders with A-List stars that inspire promote and increase the awareness of his unique sound.

PMARTT has opened up for major acts such as R&B superstar LloydJeremihTravis Porter, and Kendrick Lamar’s TDE. He Has Also opened for Top Cameroonians musicians including Mr. Leo, Mink’s, Stanley Enow, Serge Beynaud, Petit Pays, CoCo Argentee, and many more

PMARTT’s debut album, “Nothing Sounds The Same”, released June 18th, 2015; is available now on iTunes, Spotify, and all digital music retailers.

Among his early singles was a bright, catchy standout called “Caught in Love” which has heated up his career as the single followed up with a music video and requests for major performances throughout Chicago and beyond.

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KAMER URBAIN | le Reflet de la Culture Urbaine du Cameroun

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