Sophia Brown tops album chart

Sophia - Brown Bad for Me
Sophia - Brown Bad for Me

Reggae songstress Sophia Brown is all smiles as her album titled, ‘ Bad For Me’, recently topped the Jamaica Music Count Down Top 10 Album/CD Chart.

“I’m so happy that my album made it all the way to number one. This is my first number- one album, and I am thrilled that I achieved such an important career milestone. This is a good look for my career,” she said. “The success that I am reaping now is a manifestation of all the hard work that I have done over the years to build my career. However, I am not going to get comfortable because of my achievements. Comfort often leads to complacency and I cannot afford to be complacent. As far as I’m concerned, the journey has just begun.” The singer is currently keeping busy with new material.

“I’m always working on new music whether I am at home or in the studio working with my production team. Right now, I am working on some new singles as well as songs for my next album,” said Brown. The entertainer also revealed that her management team is currently in dialogue with several overseas promoters seeking to book her for events in the US, Europe and other territories.

“The stage is my playground and now that things are back to normal and the world has re-opened, I am looking forward to performing for my fans both locally and overseas again,” she said.

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