Hebrue shows his true style

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

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AIMING to carve his niche in the music game, fast-rising dancehall deejay Hebrue has fused his style with an old-school melody on his most recent release Dat A Nuh Wi Style.

The track — produced by Chris Neil, Troyton Music and Ngozi Records — was released to all digital stores on July 30.

The deejay said he is pleased with the feedback he has been receiving so far.

“My fans who have heard the song feels it has the potential to cross over into the international market and I have to agree. I am working on bringing the single as far as it can reach,” said Hebrue.

With the phenomenal response he has been receiving, Hebrue teamed up with director Icey Jace Films, shot the video for Dat A Nuh Wi Style in the communities of Hermitage (the August Town area) and Love Lane (downtown Kingston). It is slated for release before year-end.

“The single is full of potential. The way I laid my flow on the beat makes the song different but at the same time relatable as to what happens in the island right now. I have high hopes for this one,” said the deejay.

While busy promoting his hit single, Hebrue shares that he is also working on a new project produced by international producer Troyton Music and his album, which is set to be released late next year.

“I will be releasing an album in coming months. The album will have something for everyone; every track will be relatable and positive. I aim to bring forth music that is fit for every platform and every demographic, this makes my work more widely acceptable,” he added.

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