Frassman Brilliant and Jubba White release ‘Concrete Jungle’ | Entertainment
Dancehall-reggae artiste Frassman Brilliant and producer-musician Jubba White have teamed up for the song Concrete Jungle.
“This song speaks to the fact that, wherever you are from across the globe, there are individuals and communities that face hardship. This is a result of a growing crisis that requires resilience and creativity to succeed. On the other hand, there are others that only see being a menace to society as their path forward,” White said.
” Concrete Jungle is one of those songs that speaks about the environment that I grew up in, and the day-to-day struggle to survive. With the experience I got from that, and the inspiration from the riddim, it was easy to put powerful words together. Blessings to Jubba White for the great teamwork on this song,” said Frassman Brilliant.
This is not the first time that both have worked on a project. They previously worked on the songs Mr Law and My Eyes.
“Frassman Brilliant did great works on the song and I am really pleased with it,” said White.
Frassman, whose given name is Nicoy Salmon, is optimistic that Concrete Jungle can do wonders for his career.
“So far the response to the song has been really good. My team is confident in it, and we believe it is going to be another big one to help take my career to the next level. It can open more doors for what is to come,” he said.
The Connecticut-based Frassman Brilliant, who is originally from Waltham Park Road, is known for the singles Dat Nuh Hard Fi Do, Welcome to Jamaica and Brain Food.