Bramma to drop One A Day

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

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ON Saturday, Bramma Da Gorilla will be releasing a seven-track EP entitled One A Day.

The occasion is slated for S-Lock Entertainment headquarters at 82 Duhaney Drive in Kingston.

One A Day represents a song for each day of the week. So the track listing will have seven songs — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and so on... The songs are feel — good music and the fans are really going to love it,” Bramma Da Gorilla told Jamaica Observer yesterday.

The set will be the deejay's first major body of work. One A Day will be produced by S-Lock Records.

“It will feature production work from Jimmy Q, German (Emanuel Schirmer), Hayden from Touchpoint Music. Zojak World Wide will distribute it and each track will also be accompanied by a bio-film. It's a good look for me and good look for dancehall. It will change the game. I'm proud of it!” said Bramma Da Gorilla.

In the meantime, he is promoting the video for his summer single Jasmine, which features American rapper King Vegas. The project was shot in Florida by director Icey Jace Film Factory.

“The feedback has been tremendous! Everybody is telling me they love this one and that it will be the next big hit. I am very confident in this song, because it is one of those songs, that if you hear it, you automatically get a vibe,” said the artiste.

Bramma Da Gorilla (given name Lloyd Brammer) has been making his name in the music business for the past decade.

He is known for several tracks including Trust People and Cha Cha Bwoy.

— BB










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