Friday, February 1, 2019

Jamaican Recording Artist BrammaGGod has an Anecdote for Hating!

New Music! New Attitude!

Jamaican Dancehall/Reggae recording artist BrammaGGod has created and released a playful and hilarious social commentary on a track called, 'Stevie Wonda' off the Silent Ocean riddim produced by G3k Music. The song takes jab at stress related issues caused from hating and offers a solution to handle it all with a hilarious attitude. Check out this new single 'Stevie Wonda' it's the new wave for dealing with hating, "call me Ray Charles but i'm blind to the haters 'bleep' dem an everybody" BrammaGGod sang. 'Stevie Wonda' is available on all digital platforms and was created for fun and entertainment only.

Year 2019 marked the beginning of a new era for the 27 year old artist whose full contractual agreement with his former management has ended. The Heading To The Top, Cha Cha Bwoy launched his independent G.G.O.D. (God Guide Over Us) Record label, January 2019 under which his protégé KrvcialGGod, the label's first recording artist will roll out.

BrammaGGod also recorded and released another track titled 'Delilah' on the Limited
Edition Riddim produced by Emudio Music and featuring the likes of Mavado, Jahmiel and Chino. 'Delilah' is another track created by him since the start of the new year displaying an improved melodramatic tone which he has been working on over the past year. The crafty Kingston based artist has been craving for his independence, "there's so much I can do, I want to be myself" he said, and looks forward to introduce with every new song his artistic versatility under his label.

Look out for more music like 'Stevie Wonda' and 'Delilah' from BrammaGGod throughout the year as well as a Reggae album and soca tracks(s). Follow him on Instagram @brammaggod and @ggodrecords for updates and previews.

Sophia McKay

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Introducing Roots and Culture Reggae Artist Inezi and his Hard Hitting "Straight Away" Single

Horatio 'Inezi' Flowers is a Jamaican roots and culture reggae artist whose soulful voice and smooth flow caught the attention of Chicago based, New Vision One Record label owner Robert Burchell in 2018 while on vacation in Jamaica. Currently residing in the parish of St. Catherine, Inezi's first major step toward launching his music career was in 2004 when he entered the nationally televised talent contest, Digicel Rising Stars then in 2007, the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition which is also aired nationally.

In 2017, Inezi recorded a promising reggae single entitled Roots and Culture produced by Teflon Zinc-Fence. That single made good an impression on reggae fans and is still getting played on radio today.  But it was after meeting Robert Burchell and hitting the studio upon his request to record the powerful single entitled, 'Straight Away' which samples the riddim of the legendary duo Sly and Robbie's version of Let Me Tell You Boy, that Inezi began to feel hopeful for his future, "I feel like my drive and focus is finally coming together after so many years," he said, "I'm hopeful." (listen Straight Away below).

As New Vision One roll out it's 2019 promotion campaign for Inezi, the singer whose music has reportedly impacted Australian reggae fans, was invited to appeared in a music video shoot with Australian artist Monkey Marc. Shot on locations in Kingston the video was created for a remixed version of incarcerated dancehall veteran Ninja Man called Badness by Monkey Marc and also featured appearances by popularly known reggae artists Richie Spice and Turbulence.

Although he is a soft-spoken individual, the message in his music is impactful. 'Straight Away' by roots and culture reggae artist Inezi is now available on all digital platforms. To keep updated on this artist follow on Instagram @ineziflowofficial and @newvisiononerecords 

New Vision One Records
Rep. Sophia McKay