Bramma has released his second single from his “One A Day EP” called “(Monday) School” which aims a positive message to the youths of the world.
Bramma premiered the official music video for “(Monday) School” on October 3rd, 2017 on popular European website, www.reggaeville.com, which sees the artist brandishing the school tie of his alma mater, Calabar High School, throughout the video. So far, the video on Reggaeville's YouTube channel has received over 6,000 views in one week.
“(Monday) School” is the first track from the “One A Day EP” and was produced by his management's label, S-Lock Records. Bramma proudly dons his Calabar High School tie, while his classmates are seen wearing the uniforms of several schools based in the Kingston area. It even has a comedic twist towards the end of the video.
The song itself has a catchy hook, with real kids' voices, like those in an actual Jamaican classroom saying, “Present Sir! Present Miss!”, when the register is being marked. It is clean, and even though it is more regarded as a song for the younger generation, will find that every type of listener will gravitate towards “(Monday) School”.
Bramma's “One A Day EP” was produced by S-Lock Records and is being distributed by Zojak World Wide. It can be found on every digital media outlet for purchasing.
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