HP Bama ready to impact dancehall
Up-and-coming recording artistes are a dime a dozen in the dancehall space. However, HP Bama, a multitalented deejay, songwriter and entrepreneur, aims to pool all his attributes to separate himself from the batch in 2017.
Born Alex Brooks, the talented entertainer who borders dancehall, reggae, reggae fusion and hip hop to produce his unique sound, is insistent on becoming a household name in the near future.
HP Bama considers himself the lyrical president.
"I'm the up-and-coming artiste with new styles, new sound, creativity and dynamics. It has many artiste wondering if they should still continue doing music," he told THE STAR.
HP Bama is banking on songs like Gunshot A Flick, Duppy Cry, and Big And Brave to resonate well with hardcore dancehall fans, while Susan Story, LA, LA, LA and Bruck Out have captivated his female audience.
Keen on his image, the March Town, Hanover-born deejay has removed his eyebrows and replaced them with a tattoo replica.
"Tattooing my eyebrow isn't for controversy, but as an entertainer image is everything. The garrison on my neck represent where am from and my other tattoos contain deeper meaning," HP Bama said.
He told THE STAR that he recently migrated to the Corporate Area in pursuit of advancing his career, and having relocated to Grants Pen, he became associated with rising artiste Savage.
"I pay my respect to Savage for giving me a highlight on TVJ hosting FiWi Choice top 20 countdown chart. I've never been ungrateful for who was there before. 2017 is set to be the rise of HP Bama."