Red Square /Zen Inc recording artiste Briggy Benz, a protégé of internationally recognized dancehall deejay, Spragga Benz, is ready to make his own mark in the music industry.
His new release via Notnice Records, Get Gyal Easy has been blowing up the radio waves over the summer. Not only is Briggy gaining respect on-air but also in the streets, with popular disc-jocks such as, Boom Boom and Harry Hype.
The music video for the track is hot and steamy; every frame is covered with sexily clad females. Director credit goes to “Trouble,” who shot the high quality 4K flim at locations in Manhattan and Queens, New York.
Get Gyal Easy, is a modern “gyallis” anthem and the video portrays the
same dynamic. According to Briggy,”It
tells the story of a confident, less of an egoistic dude, who works
hard but plays even harder. In return this allows him to effortlessly
attract any female of his choice.”
It’s been a long road for Briggy, to where he is at today. He explained, “it has been a test and a testament, from the streets of Dunkirk, to the lunch tables of K.C. and Camperdown.
I can explain the cliché of the
ghetto, without being caught up with bad influences, plus I've had a
great mentor and influence in Spragga Benz, which helped to shape my
skills and knowledge.”
Briggy Benz made his debut back in 1999 at King Jammy’s recording studio, with the Ward 21 produced, “Gi We Dem.” He grew up in the Kingston 16 community of McIntyre Villa.
He later migrated to the United States where he started a family, yet continued to balance his life with the pursuit for success in music.