After the success of their albums Steady Lang and Ayos Din, popular reggae band Brownman Revival is here to say Eto Pa! Get ready to sway to their music once more as they release their latest EP.
This 6-track offering is composed of all original Pinoy reggae tracks featuring the carrier single "Hitik Sa Bunga." This track will surely be one of the hot anthems this summer with its bouncy beat. Though danceable, it carries a simple yet in-your-face message with its lyrics, "Mag-ingat sa mga asal talangka. Hihilahin ka nila pababa. Namamato kapag ika’y hitik sa bunga." Simply put, it’s about crab mentality. The single is now on heavy airplay on radio; its music video recently premiered on MYX.
Brownman Revival is composed of Dennis (drums), Jao (bass), Onard (keyboards), Januarie (percussions), Alphy (guitars), Jayson (trombone), Jojo (sax), Ambet (trumpet) and Dino (vocals).
They have been chosen by Channel [V] Philippines as the VIP (Very Important Pinoy) of the Month. The band will be on the channel’s various shows this March.
"We are proud of this EP because it is all originals and no covers for a change," said Dennis.
The 9-piece band started in 1994 as an independent band but went on to become a mainstream success, starting with their first major label Steady Lang that featured the hits, "Maling Akala" (originally by the Eraserheads) "Lintik," Rainmaker’s "Binibini" and "Ikaw Lang Ang Aking Mahal" (by VST & Co).
More popular tunes, like "Sorry Na Puede Ba?," "Walang Kasing Sarap" and "Reggae Fever," followed with the release of their sophomore album Ayos Din. Both albums garnered critics’ acclaim and made them one of the most in-demand music groups in the country.
Eto Pa!, Brownman Revival’s latest EP under Sony Music is now out in record stores .