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Arman Petrosyan

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Native name  Արման Պետրոսյան
Years active  2016–present
Genres  Pop music, Soft rock
Instruments  Vocals
Associated acts  Detq
Born  July 5, 1998 (age 18) Masis, Armenia (1998-07-05)

Arman petrosyan


Arman Petrosyan (born 5 Jul, 1998) is an Armenian singer and songwriter, known as a member of the boy band DETQ. He made his debut as a singer with the band in 2015 with the single "Mama".

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Since joining DETQ, Arman Petrosyan, along with bandmates Vahan Kirakosyan and Areg Shahinyan (and previously with Nerses Avetisyan) released more than 7 successful singles, topping Armenian charts.

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Early life

Arman was born in Masis. He is the son of famous Armenian singer Tigran Petrosyan and Karine Aydinyan.

Arman started singing from the age of 4. As a child Arman loved cycling and painting. At the age of 11 Arman started writing songs and playing guitar. Some of DETQ's songs are written by Arman.

Detq

Detq (in Armenian: ԴԵՏՔ) are an Armenian pop-soft rock boy band based in Yerevan in 2015.The band is composed of Vahan Kirakosyan, Arman Petrosyan, Areg Shahinyan, and previously, Nerses Avetisyan who left the group in 2015. Detq signed with AMP Production. The first single "Forevermore" and the following one "Shushi" brought Detq a pan-Armenian success by mainly social media. The songs topped the Armenian (and not only) charts for a long time and were on air in almost all the Armenian TV Channels and Radio stations.

After a very short time, in September 2015 Detq released their new single called "Tranq #Yerevan". In the following year Detq celebrated their 1st anniversary already with a new member Vahan Kirakosyan. Another wave of success was with their new single "Toy guns" which was dedicated to all the soldiers of the world who protect their motherland.

According to social media views, likes and comments, during their one-year-history Detq has thousands of fans all over Armenia and worldwide making them the most famous boysband in Armenian music history.

References

Arman Petrosyan Wikipedia


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