Frassman gears up for Hartford festival

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

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Connecticut-based , Jamaican-born deejay Frassman Brilliant is set to introduce his music to a new audience at an end-of-year event in Hartford.

The event dubbed Busy Signal & Friends Reggae Festival, is scheduled to take place on September 2. The occasion will also be the first time in 15 years that Busy Signal will perform in Hartford.

Frassman Brilliant recently wrapped up his six-week US radio tour which saw him promoting his latest single Money Hunt at key media outlets in New York, Florida, and Connecticut.

“The promotion went well and I'm happy with the progress that we made,” said Frassman, whose given name is Nicoy Salmon.

“I'm looking forward to this event and performing for my fans who expect nothing less than a high-energy set,” said Frassman Brilliant.

The Busy Signal & Friends Reggae Festival is presented by Busy Signal's Turf Music in association with Powahouse Entertainment.

Aside from Busy Signal, the line-up includes Charly Black, Marcia Griffiths, and Christopher Martin. This event also doubles as a Labour Day weekend celebration for the city of Hartford.

Frassman Brilliant recently performed in Rhode Island at their Jamaican Association's Second Annual Independence Day Celebration.

Frassman Brilliant got his big break in in 2013 when he released Dat Nuh Hard Fi Duh.

More recent songs include Welcome To Jamaica, Workey Workey, and Pop Off.

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