ALWAYS working, sometimes under the radar but never off the radar, Jamaican recording artistes, Brick and Lace, have resurfaced.
After months in hiatus to regroup and diversify their musical interests, Brick and Lace, are now debuting their latest video, In Love With The Music, produced by top French DJ’s, Golden Crew. The creative chemistry between the ladies and these talented music spinners is said to be golden indeed and it is this bond that has generated this uptempo, dance/reggae-infused single, which is reportedly getting heavy rotation on Trace TV, MTV and Africa via South Africa’s Channel O.
Brick and Lace, comprising of sisters Nyanda and Nailah Thorbourne, is also a team of talented songwriters who compose all their own music. This skill set has been strengthened since teaming up with their sisters, Tasha and Candace to form the songwriting company, Bloodline. In addition to being song writers, Tasha is a foundation member of Brick and Lace and Candace, the youngest sister, a vocalist herself, bringing their own dynamism to the venture.
Bloodline celebrated its first major placement with Say Yes, a favourite single on Killer Love, the latest album for Nicole Scherzinger, former lead singer of pu–y Cat Dolls. Working on their own music as Brick and Lace, the Bloodline team has been working steadily for placements of their music for hits with other artistes.
As a first for the sisters, Bloodline has recorded their soon-to-be released single, This Time. Through years of sisterhood, the Bloodline vocal synergy, in collaboration with mega dance label Spinnin Records, has created this very energetic, hot dance single. Spinnin Records are responsible for current chart toppers such as Martin Solveig, Dragonette Hello and Afrojack’s Take Over Control featuring Eva Simmons.
As Brick and Lace and Bloodline, they look forward to the wonderful support and camaraderie of their fans as they continue to make great music — ever holding the Jamaican brand up for the entire world to see and marvel. All in all, it seems the Brick and Lace hiatus was actually a very productive and creative one indeed.