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|Birth name||Jason Herman Bortei- Doku|
|Born||21 November 2002|
|Genres||Afrofusion, Afropop music|
Jason Herman Bortei- Doku (born 21 November 2002) professionally known as Herman Suede is a young Ghanaian musician. He is known for his catchy hooks, lyrical ability and unique fashion sense.
In his short career, Herman has collaborated with Africa's rap phenom Sarkodie (rapper), RJZ from the La Meme Gang Collective and been endorsed by Ghanaian rapper M.anifest. His debut EP titled Hi I'm Herman was released in 2019. It has songs like "The Friendzone" and "Knock Knock" featuring the aforementioned RJZ.
Early life and career
Herman Suede discovered his talent for music at the age of 5. Then, he started studying classical music on the piano and took formal music lessons. He started composing his own music shortly after that.
Herman fingers Drake (musician)|Drake, Maleek Berry, Sarkodie (rapper)|Sarkodie, M.anifest, King Promise, Stonebwoy, Wizkid, Davido, Mr Eazi|Mr. Eazi, Burna Boy and Joey Badass as his biggest musical inspirations.
Herman made history by being the youngest Ghanaian musician to organize his own concert dubbed "After Prep"  in 2019. In 2018, he performed in the United Kingdom at the Ghana Party in the Park event.  In the same year he and performed on the Tidal Rave stage and capped off the year at Mr Eazi & M.anifest|M.anifest's end-of-year concerts — Detty Rave  and Manifestivities   respectively.
- 2019: Hi I'm Herman
- 2020: One By One 
- 2020: Star
- 2020: Free
- 2019: My Everything
- 2018: Pretty Mama
- 2017: Be Mine
- 2019: Sarkodie- Black Love
- 2019: Sarkodie- Womba
|2017||Be Mine||Exposure Network|||
|2018||Pretty Mama||Exposure Network|
|2019||African Prince||Edgar Tagor|
|2019||My Everything||Director Abass|
|2019||The Friendzone||Kamal Baldwin|
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