Furtyle Brain is creating a big buzz among people in the dancehall fraternity. The deejay who is said to have implanted goat horns in his skull, has tongues wagging on social media but has also been burning up FM radio with the catchy, singalong Pocket Money.
“The song ah go hard. Selectors start link me in the streets for dubs already, so it is a great look,” he said.
He shot the video last week. The song is produced by Andrew Sayeed ‘Anju Blacks’ Myrie of UIM Productions on the Ebola rhythm.
Furtyle’s new horned look is a guaranteed conversation-starter, and his radio interviews on HITZ with Roderick Howell, on RJR with broadcaster Markland Edwards, and an ER exposé on TVJ have only stoked the public’s curiosity.
“The ting ah gwaan. Mi even do Nationwide with Cliff Hughes the other day. The ting buck!” an enthused Furtyle Brain said.
He plans to shoot a video for Swarm Him on the 50 Calibre rhythm for the Young Vibez label. Other songs getting excellent rotation are Hunting Time for producer Dinero, and No Almshouse for Jamie Roberts of YVP Records.
“Right now, mi a crank up the promotion and the ting loud. People love the look. Mi all start punch holes inna all a mi caps to accommodate the horns, a pure pics on Facebook and Instagram. The ting buck!” he said.
You can contact him on Twitter @furtylebrain.