Dancehall deejay Frassman is ready to take charge of the airwaves with his hot new single, 'Go Down And Wine'. The song was produced by NS Music Enterprise LLC and Brownstone Records.
Go Down And Wine is the follow-up to Frassman's most recent single, Dat Nuh Hard Fi Do, which garnered strong airplay in Jamaica and in the Tri-State Area.
Frassman, whose real name is Nicoy Salmon, currently resides in Connecticut, USA. He migrated from Jamaica a few years ago. A former resident of the Waltham Park area of Kingston 13, he attended Norman Manley High School.
He made his recording debut at age 13, with the song Nuff Gal Deh Ya, which was produced by his brother, Delon Reid, and released on the Manatee Records imprint.
"My musical journey has been an adventurous experience. It has taken me to places I've never been before and I have met a lot of inspirational persons along the way," Frassman said in a media release.
Even though he began recording at an early age, Frassman has grown a lot over the years. He also pointed out that he has learnt a lot about himself as an artiste.
"Well, you know, practice becomes perfect with hard work and dedication. I have grown a lot over the years and I have also learnt more about myself as an artiste and a man over the years," he revealed.
Frassman is currently signed to US-based NS Music Enterprise and the Jamaica-based Brownstone Entertainment. He has performed on Sting Miami and Reggae Sumfest.