and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, this melodic singer/songwriter
Bridgett “Bridgez” Roache has had a passion for music from a very tender
age. She began writing and singing in a group at church from the age of
11. It wasn’t long before the group split, but Bridgez continued to
write music and record her songs as demos on her computer. At the age of
16 Bridgez joined a group called “3 Wishes” which was
arranged by Norman Chambers aka “Doom” son of Jimmy Cliff. The group
lasted for a while but wasn’t going in the direction that “Bridgez”
hoped for, so eventually she left the group.
After some time, Bridgez decided it was time to go solo. She entered contests and auditions but none seemed to come through. She did her first professional recording with upcoming producers David “Hizzle” Hayle and Jordan McClure from Chimney Records. Under their label, she recorded two songs called “Have Fun Tonight” And “Distracted”.
Looking for a variety of riddims, Bridgez started working with other producers like The Legendary Producer “Jack Scorpio” who was impressed by her sound. He was willing to work with the young artist. She recorded two songs under the Black Scorpio Label, “If Love’s A Game” and “Shy”. This motivated the singer to work harder and write more songs.
Around this time, Bridgez was introduced to Chart Topping Billboard Producer “Jah Snowcone.” He was open to listen to what the singer had to offer. When he heard her, he loved her voice so he decided to work with her. She recorded quite a few songs under Jah Snowcone Entertainment Inc. such as “Best Friend”, “Put It Pon Me”, “Tun It Up”, “No Teeni Tini” and she even collaborated with the Producer on a track called “So Fine” which is on the “Reggae Dancehall Nature” Album as well as a collaboration with Tanto Metro and Devonte called “How You Like It”. She shot videos for “Best Friend” and Put It Pon Me” which both got heavy rotation on the local and overseas networks. The songs started to give Bridgez recognition from people seeing her videos and performances and started to work with
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Bridgez went on to collaborate with Lukie D (lead Singer of the group called LUST) in a single called “Come on Home” which was written and produced by the talented chart topping producer Kemar “Flava” Mcgregor under Nodoubt Records and distributed by VP Records. Her most recent songs are “Ghetto Boy” produced by Kemar “Flava” Mcgregor, “On Fire” produced by Enrapture Productions and “Pray For You” produced by upcoming producers StoneAge Production. They are all growing in the ears of the people and picking up airplay each day. Her video for “On Fire” is in rotation in countries like Australia, England, Canada, and all over the Caribbean.
Bridgez has been in the business for a little over 3 years and has been now been recruited into the ALLIANCE Family by the Five Star General himself Bounty Killer. The veteran Artist has decided to manage Bridgez' flourishing career and has also collaborated with the song bird on Jah Snowcone’s Entertainment INC's recent project on the “ World End Riddim” on a single called “Roll Out”. Bridgez is now the newest face of the Alliance Family and hopes that the collaboration will help her to win over people’s ears and heart with her music and new music she has to come.
Bridgez released her first digital self titled album “Bridgez” in all ITunes and Amazon Stores. She continues to write and perform her music so she can fulfill her dream of becoming a house hold name.
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