The fans Bramma said have been feeling his music for sometime now and the love and energy that is emanating from them has lead him to start sharing wholesomely his own perception of what Dancehall music is. "This particular track though hardcore, is fun, it's crazy, it's playful; Hopefully will appeal to younger Dancehall fans everywhere"said Bramma. "Even though we appear serious sometimes we enjoy a good laugh. When me an me bredrin dem a hang out, any little talk, slang can trigger crazy laughter an a dem ting deh build vibes" disclosing how he and friends hang out.
When asked about NIPnews #savejamusic campaign Bramma's response was, " da sum n deh me haffi endorse. Whey you sey, dis year we ago spend more time talking bout the fun things and the good tings whey a gwaan fi Dancehall? Yeah man, dat shat! As Bramma 'Da Gorilla' hang with NIPnews Editor and pal Sophia McKay, he shared his own concern about the future of Dancehall. Bramma believes that too much is read into the music and what the artistes are saying. While he acknowledges that music is indeed a powerful tool to educate, a lot is blown out of context and blame thrown at artistes. "As me sey before sometimes when me an me bredrin dem a hang out, we mek some talk and dem slap whey, every man a laugh crazy and dem ting deh build a vibe" he said which is carried forward into the music. "Yow, me nah sey yuh nuh have some real serious issue and dem ting deh whey artistes sing bout inna music but one a de problem wid Dancehall now is like everything the artiste sey now affects the kids. Explicit BB messages, pics an dem ting deh nuh affect the kids when dem inna dem house wid dem parents, twitter, instagram, youtube, porn pon de net? "Me just a ask" he continued.
Written by Sophia McKay