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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

Chronic Law & Topmann added to the 'Bridge Riddim'

The first co-produced project by Bling Blang Work and Bridge Boyz Records of the clothing brand ‘Bridge’ have landed 2 more singles by dancehall artistes Chronic Law & Topmann, set to be released on Friday

Chronic Law, it's 'Neva Too Late' for him (Rickayla Mcneil)

The Well-known video director Sasha Bling recently teamed up with Bridge Boyz Records, the music side of the clothing brand, Bridge to land her first co-produced project titled, 'Bridge Riddim.

After releasing the first singles from the project; 'Inna The Sky' by Rytikal, 'You Don't See Mine' by Kash Promise Move, and 'Sacrifice' by dancehall newcomer, Armanii, among others from Slu & Nequa Rebel; on Friday, August 18, they will release two more singles - 'Neva Too Late' by dancehall leading force, Chronic Law and 'My Bro' from rising talent Topmann. "I'm the co-producer. I'm doing the A&R, I just deal with the big artistes, doing PR and all of that", she explained.

Celebrating a decade in the industry, Sasha Bling is involved in the entire production process. "This is the first project where from beat selection to everything I'm involved in the process", the established multi-talent added.

Originally known as "Bridge Boys", a group of friends came together in 2010 and started hosting parties. This friendship eventually grew into a YouTube series and an international clothing brand spanning across Jamaica, the rest of the Caribbean and the US. "Shout out to the bridge because they believing in Bling Blang Movement and did their first project with me", said Sasha Bling, praising her partners on their journey and involvement in the project.

Topmann, added to the bridge project (Jamar Cleary)


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