The song speaks to his lyrical ferocity midst advising listeners to call the police or other members of the armed forces because his lyrical style and flow needs to be arrested for being too bad.
Distributed by 21st Hapilos, it was released in October 2014 and has since been receiving much airplay on radio stations and in the Dancehall especially at weekly events like Mojito Mondays held at Suzie's Bakery in the Southdale Plaza, Kingston.
DJ Kitt and Supahype of 007 Mobile Sound has rinsed the tune to an overwhelming reception by its patrons. The S-LOCK Entertainment lead artist has ended 2014 on a high he plans to never get down from that will continue into 2015. Bramma will start the new year off with a kind of customer appreciation event at his new studio in his hometown of Duhaney Park.
The invitation-only event is dubbed "A Festive Evening of Appreciation" and will have the likes of DJ Smurf, ZJ Sparks and DJ Banka provided music for the 6pm to 12am occasion. Guests artists are expected to be in attendance. Bramma Di Gorilla is working hard in the studio and has several shows lined up locally and overseas.
He performed live on "SHOWDOWN", the High School Disc Jock Competition at D'Entrance located at 78 Constant Spring Road, Kingston on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 and will be launching his new recording studio, S-Lock Entertainment soon. Look out for more new music from the "Cha Cha Bwoy" himself and much more in 2015 and beyond.