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Posted on 16 December 2011.
Benz collaborated with him and fellow Red Square companions to voice “Gi Wi Dem” on Ward 21’s rhythm. Though the song received fair amount of airplay on radio stations locally, Briggy did not gain the recognition he hoped for. While embarking on his musical journey, earlier in his musical career
Briggy succeeded in voicing for several top dancehall producers such as Don Corleon and Rennaissance.
Taking a break from the center of dancehall happenings, Briggy spent the last few years evaluating the current dancehall industry. Briggy’s evaluation of the dancehall industry helped him to identify weak areas of his musical career and also pointed to areas that he could capitalize on. Briggy’s observation lead him to conclude that the talent of many young dancehall artists continues to go unrecognized resulting in the same musical sounds and ideas on contemporary dancehall rhythms. Mr. Benz also observed that dancehall is yearning for new talents with emerging ideas and lyrics. Still determined to gain success in the dancehall industry, Briggy understands that in order for him to overcome the obstacle of favoritism and bias he has to strategically position himself as a cutting edge dancehall artist- an artist that has a unique musical style and image. Even though Briggy is centering his musical approach on uniqueness and talent, he has never re-defined the concept of hardcore ultimately resulting in him recording hardcore dancehall songs that are appealing to an international audience.
In pursuit of his love and passion for music, Briggy has returned to the dancehall industry with what can be considered a bang. Never drifting from his musical roots, Briggy continues to be a member of the Red Square Crew while in the same breadth setting himself as a solo act. Briggy’s most recent projects involve him voicing on two of dancehall top rhythms namely Belated Earth Strong and Audacity produced by Delly Ranx and Riff Raff respectively. Briggy’s two latest songs “My Life” and “Never Lame” are doing well on the local and international scene. With the rotation of both songs on various radio stations, the artist is confident that there is still a space for young dancehall talents with the fans despite the reluctance of radio disc jocks and sound system selectors to promote the talent of young artists. Making strides to achieve his musical objective, for the Christmas season Briggy urges dancehall supporters to look out for the “Bun It” rhythm which will feature more hot songs from him and his fellow Red Square Crew colleagues. Also, Briggy is confident that for 2012 and beyond him and fellow Red Square crew members will bring back the substance, talent and versatility to dancehall music.
Posted on 22 September 2011.
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‘Life Soon Sort Out’ by Famshouse recording artiste G Whizz speaks about the ghetto youths struggle in life and how they cope with it. The melodic rhythm provides a basis for the listener to hear and be entertained quite like in a sultry, almost acoustic template. The conscious lyrics help in sending across the point that although your situations are bad; possibilities exist that they could be worst and it helps to be optimistic about their situation through perseverance towards achieving goals of success and treating everyone with respect and equality.
Hailed as a rising star, the 25 year old singer, songwriter and composer diverse talent encapsulates Reggae, R&B & Dancehall displaying such versatility second to none. At this early stage in his career, his delivery and vocal style shows a depth of talent that legendary artiste Johnny “Mr. Buda-Bye” Osbourne commented, “He is ready”. Needless to say anymore, your own experience is the barometer to determine his true potential.
The Barrett brothers, John and Kevin form the nucleus of Fams House Studio and together with G-Whizz embarked on a musical project a little more than 3 years ago. What they have accomplished in this relatively short period of time is indicative they are following in the tracks of their famous dad, the great bass player and producer Aston “Family Man” Barrett of Bob Marley and the Wailers fame. G-Whizz has released 7 music videos including: “Those Days Are No More” on the Spiritual Warfare rhythm, “Ghetto Life”, “No More War”, “Hush”, “She’s Hot”, “Break Free”, & “Ease My Mind”, a collaboration with female artiste Minx. These videos are also in rotation on Jamaican cable channels: CVM TV, TV J, R.E. TV, Hype TV and Music Plus.
His vocal versatility has lead to several collaborations featuring Junior (One Blood) Reid (Gonna Be Alright), Nanko & Atomic (Break Free), Turbulence (Love is Wonderful), Bling Dawg, Minx (Ease My Mind), Deva Bratt, Chi-Ching Ching (We Wont Stop) and others.
Gwhizz single “MUSIC” is featured on Deeboz Muzik A Little Bit More Compilatin CD which also features Lutan Fyah, Tony Curtis, Lukie-D, Chezidek, Cha’Maine, Qshan-Deya, Simpleman, Anthony Que & Snypah! His most popular songs are “Blue Seam”, “Like A Lady”, “We Wont Stop”, “Music”, “Those Days Are No More”, “Ghetto Life” and “No more War.”
Finding the formula to do a follow- up to a good song can sometimes be difficult for a young artist, but G Whizz is an exception. “It Gonna Be Alright” features the distinctive vocals of reggae legend Junior ‘One Blood’ Reid shows Jamaica and the world that this talented young man knows where he is heading and he understands what it will take to get him there. He has began to carve out his own niche in the dancehall with the over night success of 2008 ‘She Bad’ and ‘Its Gonna Be All Right’ is reassurance to the fans that he is not a ‘one hit wonder’.