Genre: Reggae, DANCEHALL , LOVERS
Jingo Bram, born Gowan Ramsay is not new to the dancehall scene. This young artist was born in Kingston, Jamaica to the proud parents of Monica William and Ransford Ramsay. He can recall his love for music as early as age six. Jingo Bram began his musical journey at the tender age of 14. Watching his uncle Pellion and Black Spider Disco as a youth inspired him to enter into the music industry. Reggae performing artist Culture Brown took Jingo under his wing at the age of eight years old and began to teach him how to dj. Dancehall icons such as Buju Banton, Beenie Man, and Vybz Kartel have had major influences in Jingo Bram’s career.
He acquired his name from friends and family whom often said that he was noisy and loud. Jingo for noisy and Bram for loud. This energy makes him known all over Jamaica as Jingo Bram.
In 1992, he decided to put his career on hold to explore ventures in media productions. Jingo has worked with companies such as Genie TV, Portmore Master Cable System JACS, and Flow network just to name a few. His first cable television show was on Genie TV in Portmore, Jamaica titled “Talent Show”.
Well rounded in entertainment, Jingo Bram is back in the music production scene to continue his musical journey. Bringing his hardcore style and positive energy into the dancehall scene, we expect to see Jingo Bram performing all over the world in the near future. Jingo Bram definitely has something in store for all listening audiences. His versatile style captures audiences from every walk of life.
Jingo Bram is currently collaborating with Portmore Link on the 2009 riddim “Gaza Line” He has a track on Gaza line riddim titled “Riot”, soon to be released. He has recently released singles such as “Confess”, “Wicked Heart”, “Nuh Play Ting”, “Dirty Cop” (on the Sweeden Riddim), “Hell”, and “Pum Pum Bodyguard”
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