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New Management for Dancehall Artiste Bramma 'Da Gorilla'

Bramma the self titled, Jamaican Dancehall 'Gorilla' recently struck a deal which involves new Management but retains a recording contractual agreement with long time friend and former Manager Steven McGregor.  According to Bramma it is a good look for his career at this time as his new manager will now undertake the administrative and professional responsibilities of his career while he concentrate on making music with Steven who fully endorses the move.  The revised agreement between himself and the 'Genius' does not restrict him from recording with other producers allowing him even more flexibility to now freely record for whomever he chooses.  
Bramma & models on set Cha-Cha Boy video shoot

Now an official member of S-Locke Entertainment with the head of the company based in London and local representatives, several undertakings has developed in Bramma's career.  In one weekend, Bramma shot two new videos for tracks 'Cha-Cha Boy' on the Mad World riddim and 'Wha Gwaan Me Darlin' produced by Chimney Records and is about to shoot a third.  A major publicity campaign will soon be launched to ensure his music reaches every crevice and corner of the island and he prepares for an upcoming tour in Europe where he will perform at over 15 venues along with the Big Ship Family (Steven, Laden and Chino) in November 2012.

Bramma 'Da Gorilla' hopes the move will yield success and penetrate the market in a meaningful way. He now has recorded several tracks already that have either been released or will be coming out momentarily and these includes, 'Love Sensimellia' produced by popular British artiste Gappy Ranks on the Hot Coffee Label, 'It's Fire' on Bex Riddim produced by Ward 21, 'Run Bout Ya' on the Jump Out riddim produced by Big Ship, 'All These Ladies (Love off Me)' on the Techniques Records label,  'Hold Dem Hand' produced by Charlie Pro and a super-collab called  'Haters Warning' produced by Esco featuring the 'Gad Father' Bounty Killer as well as Ward 21, Chino, Rollin X, Esco and Chan Dizzy.

Bramma who celebrated his 25th birthday September 2012 is confident that the way forward is more promising.  His number one priority is to find that hit song, "yeah man da song deh whey shot, whey everybody like" he said. A a self motivator, "the proof in the pudding" or a dream every artiste dreams until it finally happen.
By Sophia McKay