Entertainment

Franchizze to get BET break

BY SIMONE MORGAN Observer staff reporter

Friday, August 01, 2014    

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UP-AND-COMING dancehall artiste Franchizze said he is extremely excited to premiere the music video for his single Nuh Pastry on BET's 106 & Park today.

"It came as a surprise. A lot of avenues are there to market music videos, so my management team sent the songs to a lot of networks including clothing stores like Macy's and H&M. MTV, BET, and any other outlet where music was played. BET showed an interest in it," he said.

According to the entertainer, this type of exposure, he hopes, will give him the musical break he is seeking.

Nuh Pastry was produced by UIM records and released in October of last year. The music video was shot a few months later.

"Nuh Pastry is a song that has to do with relationship issues. People usually used the term 'bun' and 'bun' is a pastry so I just play on words," the singjay told the Jamaica Observer.

Franchizze, real name Kemar Brown, was born in Ocho Rios in St Ann. The 25-year-old said he developed a passion for the arts while he was enrolled at York Castle High School. In 2011, he released his debut single called High, followed by Bawl Out.

"I really hope to make a difference in the lives of others and provide music that is inspirational, enjoyable to listen to, and motivational. Music is supposed to inspire others and help people dream big, and that's exactly what I plan to accomplish," he said.

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