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Bruneian Local Music Surged to the Top 10 Spot in Malaysian Radio Station.

Monday Jan 09, 2012- UDI‘s latest collaboration with Hip Hop Local Artist Jazz Hassan and Erhyme of the song “Mind Game” surged to the Top Ten chart count down in Cats FM in Sarawak. Jazz Hassan is the main singer of the song.

The music is part of the Bruneian Underground music movement in promoting Brunei Music Industry to foreign music market. Teaming up with local rising hip-hop artists Jazz Hassan and Erhyme the song is making huge success. It appealed to the Malaysian and Bruneian listeners alike.

Currently the song stands at an impressive 8th postition at the Malaysian top radio station, Cats FM Sarawak.

“This may be a breakthrough for a Bruneian Track to peak at number one in Malaysia.” UDI stated.

Readers who wish to support local music artists can ‘Like’ the song on Cats Xposed to help achieve just that. Its currently at the 8th spot.

Support local Bruneian Music today by clicking the “Like” button at the CATS FM Radio. Do it today and watch the Bruneian Music Industry shine both in Brunei and Malaysia.

UDI and Jazz Hassan are rising local music artists in Brunei Darussalam widely known for their single debut “Comeback” and “Mind Game” respectively.

Here is the song entitled “Mind Game” by Jazz Hassan, Erhyme and UDI,

Abdul Malik Omar
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2 thoughts on “Bruneian Local Music Surged to the Top 10 Spot in Malaysian Radio Station.

  1. Sory to say this.. Jazz Hassan and Erhyme is not Malaysian rising hiphop artist.. both of them are Bruneian rising hiphop artist 🙂 They are promoting Brunei Music Industry to the foreign music market.


    Posted by Daunsirih | January 9, 2012, 4:07 pm

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