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Bramma Struck Number 1 on Major Music Chart

Jamaican reggae/dancehall recording artist Bramma 'Big Chune' single off the upcoming album, Rugged and Deadly has struck Number 1 on a major chart for the first time.

'Big Chune' by Bramma and Produced by Riddim Force Records copped Japan Reggae Top 10 chart courtesy of More Fire Radio Show with Buju Banton and John Legend's single 'Memories' at #2, Singer J 'One Dance' at #3, Lila Ike "I Spy" at #5 and SumerRR 'Old School' at #5.

A second single, 'Dancehall Rock featuring Anthony B and
also from the Rugged and Deadly album sits at Top 10 on that same chart giving both Bramma and Anthony B two top 10 singles on the same chart.  Anthony B's other single is called Chill Out. The music video for 'Dancehall Rock' has been getting rave reviews while social media endorsements keep pouring in from a wide cross-section of radio DJs world over.

An upbeat and persistent Bramma is happy and optimistic amidst the crippling effect of the COVID19 pandemic on the music industry he said, "although I'm yet to figure what it will be my prayers are that the after effect finds favour with my career or vice versa."  Subscribe to Bramma youtube channel for new video and audio releases and Instagram @brammaggod to interact with the artist.

Written by: Sophia McKay
For NIPnews