F.M.B. showcases Jamaica in new video
Dancehall artiste F.M.B., formerly known as Frass Man Brilliant, showcases the authentic Jamaican culture and scenic locations in his latest music video, Welcome To Jamaica.
The video was directed by Keinotain Johnson (Mountain Lion Music Ja) and Dale Morgan (DK Konsepp).
Some of the locations at which the video was shot include the National Heroes Park, Castleton in St Mary, Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios, West End in Negril, and Hope Gardens in Kingston.
The video also captures an authentic Jamaican party and illustrates some of the reasons why tourists choose Jamaica as their preferred destination.
"We wanted the video to depict what the song is saying and, at the same time, show why Jamaica is so special," said F.M.B.
"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."
Welcome to Jamaica was produced by JJ Wizzle for Yard Style Entertainment.
Originally from Waltham Park in Kingston, F.M.B., real name Nicoy Salmon, is known for songs including Worky Worky, Dat Nuh Hard Fi Duh and Pop Off. He is set to release Day One, the first single from his upcoming EP, which is produced by NS Music Enterprise/Mountain Lion Music.
The music video for Welcome to Jamaica is expected to be released shortly.