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AN INTERVIEW WITH Tampa Dance Hall, Reggae Artist Dennis A Thompson AKA ” BREASMAN ” ON YARD LINK RADIO,JUNE 22,2015,7:00 PM EDST

AN INTERVIEW WITH Tampa Dance Hall, Reggae Artist Dennis A Thompson AKA ” BREASMAN ” ON YARD LINK RADIO,JUNE 22,2015,7:00 PM EDST

Bio for Dennis A Thompson “BreasMan”

Tampa Dance Hall, Reggae Artiste

Biography:

Dennis A Thompson was born in Manchester Jamaica, W.I. He’s the youngest of seven. He carries the sign of a Taurus. He is better know by his stage name “BreasMan” (the girls’ dem Honeydew, Cantaloupe, Watermelon). His love of music began as a youth growing up in Jamaica. “Like every artist, with a paint brush he began painting a picture of his life. He channels any negative energy into his music. His rhythm, versus and lyrics would flow to him at the weirdest moments. Dennis, not being a stranger to the stage,he was influenced by Jamaican music icons such as Granet Silk, Jacob Miller, Yellowman, Tenor Saw, and many others. However it wasn’t until he migrated to the US, that he seriously started his music career at the age of 16, and he hasn’t look back since. He engraves a motivational sentence in his daily devotion. “I am the master of my dreams, and the captain on my destiny and anyone else is just a crew member”.

His first official release was a single called “Jealous-C” featuring Blue produced by Myron Johnson for Ken & Carm Records, in Tampa, Florida.

Description:

Dennis A Thompson aka BreasMan is also one of the Royalties of the late great Granet Silk aka Granet Smith. Fusing American and Jamaican musical styles to create what he refers to as a “New Age Style”, Breasman paints a vivid picture of his life experiences through his music.

Basic Info:

Members: Dennis A Thompson recording artist for Ken and Carm Records

Hometown: Manchester, Jamaica

Record Label: Ken&Carm Records.

General Manager: Ken&Carm.,KCR
Launched: Ken & Carm Records- September 22, 2006

Release Date: September 2012

Genre: “New Age Style” Reggae, Dance Hall

Desmond Brown

June 21st, 2015

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