Christiann Imani

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Christiann Imani

Musical artist

Christiann Imani Holmes (born July 14, 2001), better known by her stage name Christiann Imani, is an American singer-songwriter and recording artist. She is the daughter of singer Angela Patrick-Holmes and niece of recording artist and record executive Frankie DeCarlos Patrick.

Life and career

Early Life & Career

Christiann Imani Holmes was born on July 14, 2001 in Memphis, TN. Growing up in a musically diverse home, she started cultivating her musical skills as a child listening to Gospel, R&B, and Pop genres. Christiann performed her first solo concert at the age of 10 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Piperton, TN. In 2017, Christiann Imani played the nerdy character "Jenny" in A. D. Smith's popular stage play, Uncle Curly's Classroom at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. She preformed alongside allstar actors Tyler Lepley and Tony Grant.[1]

Dreams Come True

Chispa Music Group released Christiann Imani's first national Indie single, Dreams Come True, on April 30, 2019.[2] Dreams Come True was recorded and mixed at American Studios in Memphis during the fall of 2018 and mastered in Atlanta, Georgia at Tree Sound Studios. Dreams Come True was written by Frankie DeCarlos Patrick and Christiann Imani Holmes. The song was produced by Frankie DeCarlos Patrick, Christopher Patrick Bounds II, and Christiann Imani Holmes.


Studio Singles

  • Dreams Come True (2019)[3]


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