Daughter of the late Dennis Brown has decided to walk in her father’s footsteps with a career in music.
The United Kingdom born Marla stated her desire as wanting to continue the work of her father through herself.
Now in her 20s she spoke about her debut EP which was released two months ago to the Jamaica Observer.
“Deliverance truly encapsulates my being and what I represent as an individual: that being love, faith and unity. I wanted this project to contain the ideas, statements and concepts of life I feel needed integral attention; to liberate [others] and create a shared consciousness to encourage growth, unity and love, thus the concept Deliverance being born,” she was quoted as saying.
The Ep was released on the Golden Brown Music label with Tony ‘CD’ Kelly, UK disc jockey Asha D, Teka and Dan Dynasty sharing production credits.
Among the tracks on the EP are Better Days, Superstar, Mama (Earth), Here Comes The King, One Shot (featuring Runkus), Hunt You Down (featuring Kabaka Pyramid, and an intro, Debwise.
It is available digitally.