Bramma and Dertee to kick off Christmas season with collab - Single released back in March but gaining momentum now
As he completes work on his forthcoming album 'Rugged & Deadly,' recording artiste Bramma continues to enjoy the recent surge in his career.
The most recent success comes from his collaboration with UK-based artiste Dertee. As the Christmas season approaches, the pair is looking to kick off the festivities with their latest single, Bruk Life Don't Fit We.
Although the track was released earlier this year, the single has officially broken the one million mark on YouTube and is picking up momentum as the year draws to a close. Besides things heating up for the pair, the accomplishment also marks a first for Bramma, who revealed he is very satisfied with the achievement. "The news was revealed to me by my management and I am very pleased with the revelation. What is significant about this milestone is that it provides evidence that my new approach to the music business is working," he said. "It is also testament to the fact that my fan base is steadily growing and for that I am thankful."
Hoping to capitalise on the attention this accomplishment has brought him, Bramma is still eyeing an end of the year release for his 14-track album. In a recent interview with THE STAR Bramma said he is excited for fans to hear the new project because it will introduce a side to him people do not usually get to hear. An exact date is yet to be determined,but the 'Cha Cha Bwoy' deejay is in studio putting the finishing touches on the compilation.
Featuring the likes of Luciano, Anthony B, Morgan Heritage and I-Octane, the album boasts a stellar production team with contributions from Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor, Emanuel 'German' Schirmer, DJ Nicco, DJ Smurf, TouchPoint and Bramma's GGOD Records.
A music video for the lead single from the project, Belly of the Beast will be released in the next few weeks as Bramma's team amp up promotion. Executively produced by Riddim Force Records, the track was officially released last week.