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Bramma Goes Acoustic with ‘Birds Of A Feather’
Currently in studio working on a plethora of new material slated for release in the weeks ahead, Dancehall artiste Bramma ‘Di Gorilla’ this week released a new single that has fans perplexed as to the inspiration behind the composition.
The track titled ‘Birds Of A Feather’ showcases Bramma’s talent beyond toasting fiery lyrics on a hot beat. On this latest offering the ‘Gorilla Boss’ goes acoustic allowing fans to experience the dichotomy of his musical artistry interlaced with great storytelling, backed by the sounds of a melodic steel-string guitar. The single is produced by S-Lock Entertainment and alludes to a true story involving a treacherous act committed by a close friend once held in high esteem from infancy.
In a statement to the media Bramma explains the reason behind the track citing that he wanted to offer something different to his fans other than the cliché hardcore lyrics on a computerized bass-laden Dancehall beat.
“As an artiste you have to explore new avenues and sounds if you intend to grow musically. I want to do something different I can’t be singing the same type music every day. Hence to broaden my horizon I decided to rehash the art of storytelling on this project backed by an acoustic guitar showcasing a more contemporary side to my me allowing people to listen and hear the message in the music.”
Now available on iTunes, Bramma added that plans are also afoot to shoot an official video in the coming weeks.
The S-Lock recording artiste recently scored his second career No.1 with ‘Have Dis‘ an audacious street anthem featuring label-mates and newcomers: Idus, Diamond, RP, X-File and Krucial. His previous chart topper came courtesy of Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor produced Cha Cha Bwoy featured on the Mad World rhythm.