PARTY BRODAZ (P-BRODAZ)
Originally from Cameroon, P-BRODAZ (Party Brothers), is an American based urban music duo. The two brothers, Dexzy and Flexy grew up in Cameroon and moved to the USA where they are now living their childhood dream of entertaining the world with real music.Their love for good music gave them the inspiration to write music about real life issues such as love, fight, social networks, fashion, struggles, hustles etc.
Their first hit Single “Do it your Way” was an immediate success and got more than 100,000 YouTube views within hours of its release. This single was influenced by their struggles in life, which they believe is applicable to many Africans in the diaspora.
The Afrobeat single brings a new flavour to the Cameroon music industry, complementing other types of musics like Makossa, Bikutsi etc. Although they love Cameroon Makossa, they believe bringing something new will help others to appreciate different types of music.
Their new album which was launched the 7th of December 2012 includes diverse Cameroonian and imported music styles. The album is filled with pure energy and is guaranteed to get you dancing and even thinking about life’s issues.
Now you may ask why the name P-Brodaz? P-Brodaz stands for Party Brothers, while growing up in Cameroon the brothers were known for always partying together so friends started calling them Party Brothers, hence the name P-Brodaz.
“Our music will mostly be all about day to day life, our real life experiences and how we grew up”.
We did not grow with a golden spoon like others, we struggled for our survival and our first hit single “Do it Your Way” simply relates to our true story but quite limited because we actually struggled more than hustled and we really don’t know how we made it.”
“Its all to God almighty who has been our sole driver”.
The first hit single “Do it your Way” was done in the afrobeat dancehall style because P-Brodaz noticed cameroonians love AFROBEAT music and they knew if they brought that flavour, the Cameroon fans would love and appreciate it more than Makossa music which they have plenty of. So, “Do it Your Way” was done in a Afrobeat Dancehall style.
Since hitting the music scene P-Brodaz has been featured in several music industry magazines, blogs and radio interviews. In 2013, P-Brodaz has a surprise for their fans as they aim to please with a diverse range of music from afrobeat, sentimental, coupe decale and some other new beats.
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