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January 31, 2013
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Frassman shoots 'Dat Nuh Hard' video

Super talented dancehall artiste Frassman shot the video for his latest single, 'Dat Nuh Hard', recently in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Bankrolled by General Daddy Biggs and the Platinum Crew, it was a crazy champagne-swilling, booty-bouncing affair that is guaranteed to raise eyebrows skyward in the industry.

The soca-flavoured single is a collaboration between Platinum Camp and NS Entertainment, and dancehall insiders are already calling the video, "'illest' dancehall video of the year'. The single is generating a lot of buzz locally on HITZ, IRIE and ZIP FM as the soca season shifts into high gear.

"No expense was spared to get the baddest video vixens, as over 80 bottles of Moet and Rose Champagne flowed in the shower scene. Security had to be tight as case loads of real money were used on the set. Frassman brought his A-game and set the pace for all others. Frassman is going all out in 2013. And if you didn't know before ... well, now you know," General Daddy Biggs said in a release.

Radio DJ Damage later took the set to Onyx Stripper Nightclub, and in true party style, they tore down the club as Frassman showed that he has 'major bank'.

"I want to send a special shout-out to the Hilton Hotel in Atlantic City for tolerating the over-the-top drama as the shoot went off without a hitch. And a special shout-out to the incredible director, Dave Patten of South9 Entertainment," Biggs said.

Frassman is now doing a radio tour alongside Beenie Man. The tour kicked off last Thursday in Providence, Rhode Island, at Hot 93.7 WZMX, then on February 1 in Albany, New York at WAJZ, then on February 2, at Rochester, New York, at WDKZ.

Frassman has been working hard to build his rep in the dancehall community. He has done rave performances on the Sting Reggae Festival (2001), billed as the premier reggae festival in the world.

restless crowd

He was chosen as the youngest dancehall artiste on the 'Sting Reggae Festival' (2002) in Miami, where he received rave reviews. Frassman quieted a restless crowd during the SumFest Reggae Concert (2002) in Jamaica. He later proved that he was the up-and-coming star everyone had expected during the Boom Blast Concert (2002) in Jamaica. Frassman has also performed on the Fire-2000 Reggae Tour, featuring Sanchez, Capleton and Bounty Killer.

One of his best songs, Bling Bling, came in 2000 after he recorded on the Virus rhythm, which featured many established artistes, including Mr Vegas and Capleton. His follow-up single Zoom Zoom on the G-Spot rhythm was a chart breaker in Kingston (2002). He, however, migrated to the USA, and took a break from the dancehall scene. Now he is back and ready to amp up things again.

Today, Frassman is making noise with songs like Weed Head, featuring Elephant Man, We Gonna featuring Laza Morgan, and Pump Up The Jam featuring, Lisa Hyper, courtesy of N.S. Music Enterprise and Platinum Camp Records.

Frassman is expected to 'tun up the ting' in 2013 with his soon-to-be-released tracks Mamma and the soca-flavoured Dat Nuh Hard.

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