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April 2, 2014
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Bramma's islandwide tour ends

Following exhausting weeks on the road, dancehall artiste Bramma 'Di Gorilla' wrapped his 2014 islandwide tour.

The RJR Cross Country Invasion formed part of his promotional machinery for the new year.

During the month-long tour, the affable crooner made stops at various towns and communities across the length and breadth of the island, showcasing maturity and growth with each performance, all aimed at bolstering his brand.

The S-Lock Entertainment recording artiste also thanked members of the RJR Group for the opportunity.

"I want to personally thank RJR for the opportunity. it was a great experience that provided me an avenue to connect and reconnect with old and new fans while promoting my brand," he said.

With the culmination of the tour, Bramma has shifted his focus back to recording and plans are already afoot for the shooting of two new videos for the Chimney Records produced Wah Gwaan Mi Darlin and Birds Of A Feather, the latter produced by S-Lock Entertainment.

The visuals will come on the heels of his recent chart-topper, Cha Cha Bwoy, which clinched the number-one spot weeks earlier via the popular Hit-List Video Countdown Chart show aired on CVM Television.

On the international music scene, Bramma continues to gain traction on BBC 1Xtra (Britain) and Home Boyz Radio (Kenya) playlists with Cha Cha Bwoy and Guide & Protect Me, both compositions produced by accomplished producer, Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor.

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