BreMaDa Productions is a song writing partnership established in 2004. The partnership was formed by Brenda Hinton, Martha Bowes and Darius Ross all natives of Jacksonville, Fl. These song writers have a compilation of songs to include Contemporary Gospel and Smooth R&B/Soul.
BreMaDa Productions are the primary writers for gospel artist Bona Fide Praisers who released their debut CD “Destined to Worship” under the EMTRO Gospel label in early 2008. The hit single “Work It Out” featuring Grammy nominee and Stellar Award winner Troy Sneed peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart (trailing Marvin Sapp – “Never Would Have Made It”). They partnered with director Gerald Jackson Jr., Five Alive Films, to produce several music videos from their debut CD to include “Work It Out” and “Heal the Land”.
In 2009 BreMaDa Productions was presented the opportunity to partner with Brenda Jackson, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Romance Novelist, to write and produce an original motion picture soundtrack to “Truly Everlasting” the movie.
P. Diddy’s protégé Brian H and Jamia Alesia; collaborates on “Truly Everlasting” soundtrack
With the smooth vocal style of Tank and Tyrese (some even compare him to Musiq Soulchild and Baby Face), Brian H. (aka Brian Harris), became a TV sensation as J-Rome after his stint on P. Diddy’s reality TV show, “Making the Band 4.” Now, he’s aiming to make rhythmic noise all over again. He has teamed up with rising star, Jamia Alesia, to record the sultry movie soundtrack, “Truly Everlasting”. It’s the companion CD to the film that has just been released on DVD. “Truly Everlasting” featuring Brian H and Jamia Alesia is guaranteed to have your phones lighting up on the first spins and will become a request line favorite for untold months & years to come!
The Jacksonville, Fla., singers sang two duets, “One Love” and “I Think I Love You.” Alesia did three solo tracks. The mid-tempo, “He’s So Fine,” is reminiscent of SWV back in the `90s. Her warm alto shines on the groove “The One” and she shows her sass on the track, “Changed.” Brian H. rounds the collection out with five tracks: the computerized “Beautiful Girl” and the aching jam, “Truly Everlasting.” There’s also a cozy acoustic version of the latter, as well as, the catchy love songs “Take It Slow” and “Imagine.”
Watch the Trailer (Music by BreMaDa Productions):