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Bramma

Bramma

Bramma


Born Lloyd Horace Brammer to Lloyd and Myrna Brammer and raised in some of Kingston’s toughest communities, Maxfield and Duhaney Park, young Reggae/Dancehall artiste BRAMMA attended the Calabar High school and graduated with four (4) CXC subjects. BRAMMA’S love for the music was noticeable during his school years where he spent many of his days entertaining friends or those who cared to listen, making drum beats on desks while he delivered some raunchy lyrics to much fan fare. Read more on Last.fm
Born Lloyd Horace Brammer to Lloyd and Myrna Brammer and raised in some of Kingston’s toughest communities, Maxfield and Duhaney Park, young Reggae/Dancehall artiste BRAMMA attended the Calabar High school and graduated with four (4) CXC subjects. BRAMMA’S love for the music was noticeable during his school years where he spent many of his days entertaining friends or those who cared to listen, making drum beats on desks while he delivered some raunchy lyrics to much fan fare. In 2005, his school mate and best friend Marley who was living on Merrivale Drive, close to home/office Solid Agency Company Limited, introduced him to Bounty Killer whom he knew personally. He met Solid Agency, Administrative Manager at that time Sophia McKay, who immediately took an interest in him however he was still in school and had exams so she advised him to complete his final year and return when his exams were done. BRAMMA returned in his uniforms after completing his final paper to inform Sophia that he was now ready to pursue his career. BRAMMA who called himself ‘Sinister’ then lacked studio experience so Sophia introduced him to Leftside and Esco to assist in this area. This was when the duo decided that he needed a name change and called him BRAMMA which they believed was more fitting as it is the pronunciation in of his surname in patois.

He also met Neil at Cash Flow in that same year and created his very first track entitled ‘STAR’ on the Wumba rhythm. Sophia McKay who opted to manage him left Solid Agency and headed for the Florida on a job assignment. This BRAMMA taught would have been a major set back for him as he needed all the assistance he could get here to mold what was officially now his career choice but while there she used the opportunity to start promoting his music internationally, hence creating a buzz among radio jocks and sound system djs in several European and U.S. towns and cities where Dancehall music is popular. Back home however, BRAMMA was still not getting enough studio time to voice his music, he also had to deal with the death of his Stepfather whom both he and his mother was living with in Maxfield and this was more than he could handle.

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