By Howard Campbell, Observer senior writer
ONE of reggae’s best-kept secrets, Annette Brissett has paid her dues in a music business that has evolved considerably since she started as a drummer over 35 years ago.
In that time she has recorded six albums and a number of singles. She has never been afraid to try different things.
Brissette’s latest song, Loose Control, is part of the Reggae Jammin’ Vol 4 compilation album, released October 13 by Tad’s International Record. She shares time with the hottest names in dancehall including Aidonia, Mavado and Tarrus Riley.
Loose Control is only her second song released in 2017. The other was the self-produced Wanna Be Heard.
Brissett told the Jamaica Observer that she is currently working on an album she hopes to release in early 2018. At the height of her recording she released an album every two years, but the death of her daughter in 2015 put the brakes on that routine.