Dominican artiste targets Jamaican market
Dominican dancehall artiste Brukout is ready to make a big splash on the local music scene.
"Jamaica is the Mecca of dancehall music, and I want to make my name over here. You have to win over the Jamaican people if you want to make it big in dancehall music," said Brukout.
The hard-working entertainer is currently on the island working on several new projects, which he hopes will be a hit.
"I'm having a splendid time in Jamaica. Since my arrival, I've been doing a lot of work. I've been working with producers like Focus from Main Focus Studio and the crew from HNH Studio in Kingston," he said.
Brukout is getting ready to drop a new single, titled Hot Gal Anthem, featuring Ovarall.
"I'm very excited about this song. It's a wicked dancehall tune for the girls. I'm confident that it's going to be a big hit. Ovarall is a bad deejay. Big respect to him and the OMP crew for working with me on this single. It's a boom shot," he said.
Hot Gal Anthem will be released on iTunes and all other online music platforms before the end of the month.
Brukout, real name Richard Earl Fredrick, grew up in the rough inner-city community of Fond Cole in Dominica.
He began his recording career in 2005 shortly after moving to Antigua, where he recorded his first three singles, No way, Honestly and Find Up, for a dancehall producer from Monserrat called Kronic X.