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Background information
Origin Olsztyn, Poland
Genres funk, R&B, soul, hip-hop, rapcore, pop
Years active 2004-present
Labels EMI Music Poland, Warner Music Poland
Members Wojciech "Łozo" Łozowski
Tomasz "Tomson" Lach
Bartosz "Śniady" Śniadecki
Tomasz "Torres" Torres
Wojtek "Lajan" Witczak
Aleksander "Baron" Milwiw-Baron
Grzegorz "Dziamas" Dziamka

Afromental is a Polish group from Olsztyn.

The group has released four singles: "I've Got What You Need" (2007), "Thing We've Got" (2008), "Happy Day" (2008), and "Pray 4 Love" (2009). They have released two full-length albums on EMI Poland, and their 2009 release Playing with Pop reached #19 on the OLIS charts.

Band Story[edit]

The band debuted on the I Review of Young Bands in the 'Olsztyńska' Newspaper. They appeared in the "Golden Ten" of the Youth Music Festival Gama in Kolobrzeg, for their interpretation of the song "Banana Song" by Vox in a reggae style, for which they gained an award during the Student Song Festival in Kraków.

Afromental released their debut album on 12 October 2007 titled The Breakthru. The single which promoted the album, "I've Got What You Need", qualified to the Top Trendy Festival 2007 in Sopot. In 2008, the band took part in qualifying for the Eurovision Song Contest, during which the group performed the song "Thing We've Got".

In 2009, Afomental appeared in the second season of the television series 39 and a half, in which they performed their newest recordings. The band also recorded songs for the film Love and Dance. Their second album Playing With Pop has been released on 9 March 2009 linked to their previous album. On 13 June 2009 the band has been awarded a Superjedynka in the category Band Of The Year.

In February 2010 the publisher of Playing With Pop received a nomination for the Polish industry of Phonografic Frederick award in the following category: album of the year hip-hop / R & B. In August 2010 the band won the Wow! Music Award during Orange Warsaw Festival.

On 15 August 2011 Afromental released their third album titled The B.O.M.B.. It promoted the singles Rock&Rollin' Love, Rollin' With You and It's My Life.


  • Wojciech "Łozo" Łozowski - vocals
  • Tomasz "Tomson" Lach - vocals
  • Bartosz "Śniady" Śniadecki - keyboards
  • Tomasz "Torres" Torres - drums
  • Wojtek "Lajan" Witczak - bass guitar
  • Aleksander "Baron" Milwiw-Baron - guitar
  • Grzegorz "Dziamas" Dziamka - drums


Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
The Breakthru
  • Released: October 15, 2007[2]
  • Label: EMI Music Poland
  • Formats: CD, digital download[3]
Playing with Pop
  • Released: March 9, 2009[4]
  • Label: EMI Music Poland
  • Formats: CD, digital download[5]
  • POL: 15,000+[6]
The B.O.M.B.
  • Released: November 14, 2011[8]
  • Label: EMI Music Poland
  • Formats: CD, digital download[9]
  • POL: 15,000+
  • POL: Gold
Mental House
  • Released: November 24, 2014[10]
  • Label: Warner Music Poland
  • Formats: CD, digital download
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Directed Album Ref.
"Thing We've Got" 2007
The Breakthru [11]
"The Breakthru"
"Pray for Love" 2009
Playing with Pop [13]
"Radio Song" 2010
"Rock&Rollin' Love" Mitja Okorn The B.O.M.B. [15]
"Rollin' With You" 2011 2dajRektors [16]
"It's my life" feat. VNM & Sound'n'Grace 2012 Letemknow Sequence [17]
"Mental House" 2014 Bartek Prokopowicz Mental House [18]