Iann Dior, born Michael Ian Olmo on March 25, 1999, is a Puerto Rican-American rapper, singer, and songwriter who has made a significant impact on the music scene with his emotive melodies and introspective lyrics. Raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, Iann Dior's journey to musical success is marked by a unique blend of vulnerability, versatility, and a keen understanding of contemporary soundscapes.
Iann Dior rose to prominence in 2019 with his breakthrough single "Emotions," which quickly garnered attention for its catchy hooks and relatable themes. His melodic approach to rap and his ability to seamlessly transition between singing and rapping set him apart in the evolving landscape of hip-hop and pop-infused genres.
In 2020, Iann Dior gained widespread recognition with his feature on 24kGoldn's hit single "Mood." The track topped charts globally and earned both artists critical acclaim, catapulting Iann Dior into the mainstream. This collaboration showcased his knack for creating infectious hooks and contributed to his growing reputation as a rising star.
Iann Dior's debut studio album, "Industry Plant," released in 2019, further solidified his status in the industry. The project featured tracks like "Gone Girl" and "Strings," highlighting his introspective lyricism and his ability to capture the complexities of relationships and self-discovery.