Brimstone starts 2016 well
Coming off a very strong performance at the Little Ochie Seafood Restaurant in Alligator Pond on New Year's Day, Brimstone is ready to take his career to new heights in 2016.
The jovial Rastafarian deejay who is known for songs such as Jah Never Let I Down and Bob Marley is my Hero enjoyed a good run in 2015.
Last year, he topped the Jamaica Music Countdown Top 25 Reggae Singles Chart for several weeks with his controversial single titled Farin Nuh Easy.
The video for the single also brought the St Elizabeth-born entertainer much success. It enjoyed heavy rotation on several local TV stations and topped the FI Wi Choice top 10 Video Countdown on TVJ.
"Looking back at 2015, I am humbled by all the success I achieved. It was a very good year for me. I have to give thanks to Jah for all the progress I have made. I also have to big up all my supporters. This year, I plan to work even harder to take my career to a higher level," said the artiste.
Brimstone capped his success in 2015 with a brilliant performance at the annual G.T.'s Christmas Extravaganza stage show on Christmas night in Black River.
After his performance, Brimstone presented the organiser of the 15-year-old event, IRIE FM radio personality George 'G.T.' Taylor with an award for his contribution to the development of the Jamaican music industry.
"I just wanted to show my appreciation to G.T. for what he has done for the music business. He has done a lot for entertainment in this country as top radio DJ and stage show promoter," said Brimstone.