Bree Bree scores with new single
Bree Bree

Emerging dancehall artiste Bree Bree has scored a hit with the track Idiot Gyal.

Produced by 1 Royalty Entertainment, the track was officially released on September 1.

The accompanying music video, directed by Rayebann, has already amassed over 500,000 views on YouTube since release.

"I have been getting very positive feedback and a heavy buzzing in the street towards my music based on my recent performance at Reggae SumFest and my previous collaborations with Valiant, Pablo YG, Kraff, and Rhumba, just to name a few," the artiste told the Jamaica Observer's weekly entertainment magazine Splash.

With the positive reception, the artiste has high hopes for its continued success.

"My hope for this track is that it will help me to gain more attention in the music industry, for people to gravitate towards the song, and for it to hit the musical charts. It's aimed at educating young females," she expressed.

In the game professionally for the past three years, Bree Bree is a reggae and dancehall artiste who has been steadily building a name for herself, already accumulating major achievements and collaborations over the course of her career.

With past releases such as Hot Like Summer, Work it, Life Style, Money Move, Bad and Boujee, and Dat a Dat, Bree Bree has plenty of new projects in the pipeline for fans to enjoy, including more singles and collaborations with well-known artistes.

"My overall goal is to just be consistent and focused and continue to put in the hard work. You can expect good quality songs and I'm here to make a mark in the industry," she said.

Kediesha Perry

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