Bramma's One A Day Ep Launch - Late Start But Amazing Finish
Former Big Ship Records artist, Bramma, has made a monumental step in his career as he embarked on a musical journey with the launch of his first body of work, the One A Day EP.
Now signed to S-Lock Entertainment, Bramma managed to set the bar high in the industry by creating an EP of just seven songs that, even with such few songs on the compilation, still packs a powerful punch as each track speaks on seven different topics, and instead of the traditional numbering system from one through seven, is listed as Monday to Sunday. Therefore, it's seven tracks for the seven days of the week, hence the title “One A Day”.
The EP launch was set for September 16, 2017 at 8pm in his hometown of Duhaney Park but due to technical difficulties, didn't actually kick off until minutes before 11pm. Despite the late start, patrons who turned out in their numbers from early rocked to the musical selections of the host sound system, Full Klipp Entertainment Sound and bought out the bar. This late start did not deter anyone from enjoying the vibes and to show their stark support of their artist or friend, Bramma.
The technical difficulties was due in part to the projector that was being used to display the premiere of his One A Day bio film, the videos for each track off the EP. The original company hired prior to deal with the setup of the projector had trouble coming to the event and therefore, canceled at the last minute. However, the hardworking team at S-Lock Entertainment got right at it to rectify the problem and made it happen.D
Jade from Zip 103 FM was an incredible host and commanded the venue perfectly. The festivities began immediately after the projector was fixed, starting off with a prayer from a mother figure in the community and then mini performances from a few upcoming acts to get the ball rolling.
First up was resident of Duhaney Park, Divi-D, who opened with a chant and went straight into his popular track, “Give Thanks For Life”, which has been getting mainstream rotations on several local stations, especially on Suncity 104 FM. Then it was another Duhaney Park native, former S-Lock artist Idus, who had the crowd in a frenzy with one of his tracks. Next up was the legendary hit-maker, Singing Sweet of Big Ship Records, performing two of his hits, much to the delight of the crowd. Other Big Ship label-mates graced the stage and were well received. Black Lion also performed and managed himself well.
Last, but certainly not the least, it was the man of the night, Bramma, who was also celebrating his birthday to end the performance segment of the event, with the tracks from the “One A Day EP”. Although tracks were unreleased up to the day before the launch, the crowd still shot blanks for every song while watching the videos for each as he performs them. Midway into his second track, I-Octane stepped on stage, took the mic from Bramma and gave some words of advice:
“This a your EP launch mi likkle bredda. You a go sing over the first song, the whole a it, til
the people them know it. Then you a go sing back dah second one yah, til them know it to. And the same for the rest a song them to. Bounty Killa deh yah an him wah hear everything to becaw you a bad artist an you song dem bad to. We rate you and you song dem. So no watch nobody. Do your song dem and no worry yourself mi bredda.”
The crowd applauded I-Octane's words as he left Bramma to restart and continue with his set. After he performed all seven tracks from his “One A Day EP”, Bramma called up his artist and best friend, Krucial, to perform the song he recorded on the same riddim as “(Sunday) Ganging”, the last track on Bramma's EP. The crowd enjoyed it, then Bramma went into his hits as he took everyone on a blast from the past momentum that created a frenzy for everyone present.
I-Octane returned to the stage to perform alongside Bramma and equally tore the place down with his slew of hits. Moments later, here comes the general, Bounty Killa, after some urging from I-Octane to bless the stage. It was pandemonium as hits after hits, Bounty Killa was exceptionally incredible like the veteran that he is. He too had several encouraging words for the former protege of his, as they reminisced on the past, how they met and the growth they have seen Bramma go through.
“Bramma, you a support me from you a likkle youth an when meet, dat no change. A support fi support because me rate you and me proud a you. You a fi now, di youths are fi di future. Your song dem good an di selector dem fi a play you song dem.”
Bramma was blown away by Bounty Killa's speeches and was utterly grateful for the support from such a megastar.
“Me fell proud seh him proud a me. Mek me rate him even more. Me love dat. Big up Bounty Killa fi dat.”
Shortly afterwards, Jah Vinci joined them on stage and performed his songs as well, turning the entire audience into a choir with his easily recognizable voice. Then came the more cultural songs of the night, when Bramma turned to his more personal tracks he has ever written. It was an emotional night for everyone at that point as Bramma sang songs that brought several persons to tears, especially for those who know him well, know his journey and feel proud of his accomplishments thus far within the music.
Bramma is on a path that he and his team believe is the right one, non-stop, going nowhere else but up and forward. The artist appreciates the support and thankful for what turned out to be a very successful EP launch. It was epic. The EP is being distributed by Zojak World Wide and available for sale on all digital media outlets. Bramma is hoping that the tremendous outpouring of support from the “One A Day EP” launch will continue and reflect in record sales soon.
Contact Bramma's newly appointed Personal Assistant, Lesley Hayles, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 18764142660 via call, text or WhatsApp for all business relating to Bramma and S-Lock Entertainment.