US-based artiste pays homage to Jamaica
Connecticut-based dancehall artiste F.M.B. (formerly known as Frass Man Brilli) is quite upbeat about his latest single, Welcome to Jamaica.
The song has been racking up thousands of views on YouTube, and it is also receiving airplay on radio stations in the tri-state, including Hot 93.7, a CBS affiliate in Connecticut.
"Welcome to Jamaica is a song that represents why many people come to Jamaica. It is already making my name change look good because it's the first song released since the change. The feedback has been overwhelming," said F.M.B.
Welcome to Jamaica was produced by JJ Wizzle for Yard Style Entertainment.
As it relates to his name change, F.M.B. said the new name is really an abbreviation of his previous stage name.
"F.M.B is not just a name change. It's more like a new movement. The name F.M.B is still keeping the abbreviation of my old name and still represents my new name (Fast Money Boss), representing the Fast Money Team," he said.
Originally from Waltham Park in St Andrew, F.M.B., real name Nicoy Salmon, is known for songs including Worky Worky, Dat Nuh Hard Fi Duh, and Pop Off. He will soon release Day One, the first single off his upcoming EP, which is produced by NS Music Enterprise /Mountain Lion Music.