Hebrue seeks musical breakthrough

by Sep 16, 2018News

Hebrue

Hebrue seeks musical breakthrough.

Fast-rising dancehall artist Hebrue has fused his modern sound with an old skool melody on his most recent release “Dat A Nuh Wi Style”, which was produced by Chris Neil, Troyton Music and Ngozi Records.

Coming to change the game, fast-rising dancehall artist Hebrue has fused his modern sound with an old skool melody on his most recent release “Dat A Nuh Wi Style”, which was produced by Chris Neil, Troyton Music and Ngozi Records.

Speaking with Hebrue he expresses that the feedback has been positive thus 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,” shared Hebrue.

With the phenomenal feedback he has been receiving, Hebrue teamed up with director Icey Jace Films, who shot the video for the single in the communities of Hermitage (the August Town area) and Love Lane (Down Town).

“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’s happen in the island right now, I have high hopes for this one,” said the artist.

While busy promoting his single, Hebrue is also working on a new project produced by international producer Troyton Music and his album. “I will be releasing an album in the 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 explained.