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In today's episode, a musical farewell to another veteran of the Jamaican music scene. Junior Brammer known to the world as Trinity died on Friday, April 9. He started his musical journey in the 1970s thanks to his close friend Dillinger, who had already recorded in Studio One and Black Ark Studio. Trinity debuted on Simmy The Weapon sound system, operated by Enos McLeod, who after a successful session took the young Brammer to Dynamic Sound Studio where he recorded his first single "Believe In It". From that moment on, another colorful story began to write on the Jamaican music scene.
Trinity has collaborated with Errol Thompson and recorded at studios such as Channel One and Joe Gibbs Studio. He record for Niney The Observer, Bunny "Striker" Lee and many other Jamaican producers. He has had many hit tunes as well as great albums that have become a classics.
Trinity died on April 9, 2021 from complications from diabetes. He was 67 years old.