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April 3, 2014
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Frassman continues to make waves

Frassman - Contributed

Rising dancehall deejay Frassman, continues to impress fans with his high-energy and palatable performances. The Jamaica-born artiste, who resides in Connecticut, set the stage afire at the recently held DJ Norie show in Manhattan, New York.

In a media release, Frassman remained quite upbeat days after the show-stopping performance which is still the talk of many in the Tri-State area.

"It was a high-energy performance that was well received by the audience. Based on the reception, I can see growth in my performance over the past year," said Frassman.

The artiste performed a 15-minute interactive set which comprised the hit Dat Nuh Hard Fi Do, a new soca track titled Push, Smoke It, and his current release Go Down And Wine.

During the performance of Go Down And Wine, he was joined onstage by an overzealous female fan who proceeded to engage the artiste in a robust showdown.

DJ Norie is a popular personality at New York's 105.1 FM radio station. The event 'Anything Goes', which was held at Stage 48 in Manhattan, also featured performances from QQ, Mr Vegas, and Konshens.

Tomorrow, Frassman is set to host Fantastic First Fridays' third anniversary at Vibes Uptown Hall Side in Hartford, Connecticut.

The event will feature top DJs and sound-system selectors, including King AP, Sparkles, and Sibling Music.

Frassman, whose real name is Nicoy Salmon, is a former resident of the Waltham Park area in Kingston. He is signed to the US-based NS Music Enterprise LLC and Brownstone Entertainment.

Fans can follow Frassman on social media at Instagram: @frassmanbrilli; Facebook: frassmanbrilli; Twitter: frassmanbrilli or @nsmusicent.

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