Brimstone salutes the Sunshine State

Observer writer

Friday, January 19, 2018

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The state of Florida is home to thousands of Jamaicans. Several popular entertainers have settled in the Sunshine State. They include singers Fiona, Wayne Wonder and Sanchez; producers Willie Lindo, and Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor.

Dancehall artiste Brimstone who recently relocated to Florida, has recorded a song aptly titled Florida. It was produced by Beverly James and Jerry Dawg.

“I've been living in Florida for a little while now. The sunshine state is a very nice place. I love the place so much I just had to record a song about it,” said Brimstone.

Originally from St Elizabeth, the deejay plans to shoot a video to increase the promotion of the song.

“I'm definitely going to shoot the video next month. The single is already generating a nice buzz over here, and I want to drop a video very soon to increase the promotion,” he said.

The year 2018 is shaping up to be a hectic year for Brimstone.

“I have several projects in the pipeline. I plan to release an EP this summer and an album in December. I'm also looking forward to an upcoming tour of Europe; my team is currently in negotiations with several promoters over there,' Brimstone shared.

Born Donovan Buchanan, he launched his career in the late 1990s. Some of his more familiar songs include Jah Never Let Me Down, One Tree and Foreign Nuh Easy.

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