Dancehall/reggae artiste Deva Bratt is the latest Jamaican artiste to be issued an American visa and is now free to perform in the United States of America.
According to the deejay, he is grateful to have received the visa and will not disappoint his fans and well wishers.
“This is an opportunity that every artiste wants and should perhaps have. We don’t make a lot of money in Jamaica, so it’s an opportunity for which I give thanks. I will be on my Ps and Qs, it’s the best way to move forward and I would never do anything to mess up this. I don’t have a lot of hot songs right now, but my fans have been eager to see me in the US,” Deva Bratt said.
The artiste is expected to make an appearance at an event in Brooklyn on December 14, at Albany Manor. He also disclosed that he has five, new reggae songs which he intends to promote.
“I have one-drop songs like Big Cruff, Me Nah Leave Yu, Les Gyal, Nah Sell Out and We Lock Everything,” he said.
The artiste who says he has had to endure sabotage from various rival artistes since his break on to the commercial music scene in 2005, says God has been on his side.
glory is coming to you
“The lesson I draw from receiving this visa is that your glory is coming to you regardless of what others say, once God says it’s your time. However, you have to work towards it as well,” Deva Bratt said.
The artiste now plans to release more music in 2014, citing that 2013 is already close to being concluded.
“Dancehall is not in prison nor in trouble. But too much talented artistes have been tarnished and blocked while others with no talent are getting promoted. But that will all come to an end soon, and real music and talent will stand out,” he said.
Deva Bratt is currently working with Claude Mills, who is acting as his publicist.
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