Jamaican/Connecticut-based dancehall/Reggae artiste FMB formerly known as Frassman Brilliant is creating waves with his latest single titled ‘Welcome to Jamaica’.
The song “Welcome to Jamaica” is produced by Yard Style Entertainment and NS Music Enterprise, which since its release late 2016 as been doing well both on the radio and in the popular street events. The single as also been getting consistent plays on Hot93.7 in Connecticut [USA].
The video as over 25,000 views on youtube in pass 8 days and have appeared on worldstarhiphop.com [a website with youtube channel subscription of over 4 million]. The video premiered on January 24, 2017 on Hiphopoverload.com and in the same day received over 14,000 views.
Feedback on social media as been nothing but positive with a strong first day viewing of over twelve thousand on the music video which premiered on the popular ‘worldstarhiphop’ website and as been continuously climbing.
The artiste and writer of “Welcome to Jamaica” F.M.B hails originally from Waltham Park, Kingston, he migrated to Hartford Connecticut, USA, in 2002. The former Norman Manley High School student made his recording debut in 2001 on the Virus Rhythm produced by Manatee Records, a label run by his brother Delon Reid. He took a hiatus from music as a full time career and returned in 2013 with the break out single ‘Dat nut hard fi do’.
‘Welcome to Jamaica’ is also the lead single off the EP entitled ‘The Real Nicoy’ which will be releasing on February 21, 2017. The artiste is currently putting the finishing touches on the project, with 50% of the project production done by his production team ‘Mountain Lion MusicJA’ and NS Music Enterprise.
For the year 2017 and beyond, one can expect more uplifting, riveting music and more music videos and visuals from FMB and the entire NS Music Enterprise/Mountain Lion Music Ja as we aim to reach the world with the sounds of FMB.
2017 is a movie year, with lots of movements and more visuals with a Full Lengthen Album schedule sometime later in the year. FMB is ready to make his mark in the music industry.
WATCH: “Welcome to Jamaica’” Music video below…