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Archived: Trinidad Producer and Artiste Promotes New Single Done With Jamaica's Sheba



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He’s not a big name artiste here at home in Trinidad but Lawless- the T&T entertainer who also does production out of his studio, Bing Bang Studios, says when his newly remixed track, ‘Bruk It Out’ which features, Jamaican dancehall act, Sheba, is played in Jamaica, it’s enjoyed and given the thumbs up. The track which was collaboratively produced by Bing Bang Studios, Mr. Spine’s Holy House Production and Versastyle Entertainment here in Trinidad, has been making the rounds in recent days. Lawless says he and Sheba are now moving to produce a video to accompany the track.

The new remixed single Bruk  It Out has been released in Trinidad.

The new remixed single Bruk It Out has been released in Trinidad.

Questioned on how the collaboration became, Lawless- the son of one of Trinidad and Tobago’s well known media practitioners, said it was pretty much a coincidental situation and timing really mattered. “One of my videographers was in Jamaica to shoot Sheba’s video and they were in the studio doing ‘Clothespin’,” he said, adding that while there, Sheba heard his single and told his videographer that she really liked it. He said they thought the artiste was Jamaican and was shocked to find out that it was a Trinidadian act. Later, Lawless said the connection was made and following social media interactions and a trip by Sheba to T&T sometime after, ‘Bruck It Out’ was remixed to a version that many have described as smoking hot.

Highlighting that the track in its remixed version was first released in Jamaica, Lawless said the support from the DJs over there has been good. Now, with promotion of the track in full swing, the young, budding entertainer is looking toward a promotional tour of the single with Sheba to a number of caribbean islands. This aspect of things won’t be too strange for him since he has already opened for acts such as Konshens, Popcaan and French Montana at Trinidad’s Club Sting. “My dream as an artiste is to reach my full potential. I dream of hearing my music on MTV and BET,” he said, adding that he believes in his abilities as both a producer and artiste, something he says he knows is key to progressing in any aspect of life.

A number of Trinidad and Tobago acts have done collaborations with popular dancehall artistes out of Jamaica, among them Kees, Machel Montano, Shurwayne Winchester, Ravi B and recently, Mr. Renzo who teamed up with Aidonia for the remix of his single, Bend Yuh Back.

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