Bridgez

Bridgez

Most Popular Songs 

    Bestfriend

    Dream Love

    All Dem A Talk

    Roll Out

Bookings and Current Status

Birth name Bridgett Roache
Born Kingston Jamaica
Genres Dancehall
Occupations Singer
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Years active 2006 – Present
Labels

Bridgez Biography, Singer and Dancehall Artist

Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. The 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 at the age of 11. It wasn’t long before the group split but she continued to write music and record her songs as demos on her computer.

At the age of 16 she 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 she decided it was time to go solo.

Though largely known for her dancehall flow, BridgeZ is a singer/songwriter with vocal dexterity to rival current R&B and pop darlings ruling the airwaves today. With her latest offering “Take Your Time” on rotation on premier stations such as Hot 97 in Boston and Kingston’s Zip FM, Fame FM and Hits 92, she is living her moniker as she traverses between genres.
The Kingston native started writing at age 11 and performed with a church group before moving on to join trio 3 Wishes at the age of 16. The group was the brainchild of Norman “Doom” Chambers, son of reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, but BridgeZ soon left for a solo career.
Her first professional recording was with upcoming producers David “Hizzle” Haye and Jordan McClure of Chimney Records. She recorded two songs under that label- “Have Fun Tonight” and “Distracted”. She then recorded “If Love’s a Game” and “Shy” for iconic producer Jack Scorpio.
In 2007 BridgeZ was introduced to Billboard chart-topping producer Rohan “Jah Snowcone” Fuller who would later introduce her to her current manager and dancehall veteran Bounty Killer.

Under Fuller’s Jah Snowcone Entertainment Inc. BridgeZ recorded several tracks including “Best Friend”, “Put It Pon Me”, “Tun It Up”, “No Teeni Tini” and “How You Like It”- a collaboration with Tanto Metro and Devonte. She even collaborated with the producer on a track called “So Fine” which is featured on the Reggae Dancehall Nature album. The videos for “Best Friend” and Put It Pon Me” both got heavy rotation on local and overseas networks.
Her work with Fuller was BridgeZ first foray into the singjay style where she infused dancehall flows with her melodic singing. She also started to get recognition from industry peers which eventually led to more collaborations with noted producers such as Octavius “Vigor” Muir (“Take My Breath Away”), Steven “Supa

Hype” Davis (“I Breathe You”) and Grammy award-winning producers Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare (“I’m In Like”). Her medley video “Take My Breath Away/I’m In Like” spent two months on MTV Tempo’s Cross Caribbean Countdown, further planting her name in the Caribbean music landscape.
In 2009 she recorded “Ghetto Boy” produced by Kemar “Flava” McGregor and “On Fire” produced by Stone Age Production. Apart from her work with celebrated producers, she’s combined talents with fellow performers as well.

BridgeZ recorded “Come on Home” with Lukie D (Lead Singer of The Group Lust). The single was written and produced by Flava under his No Doubt Records and distributed by VP Records. In 2011 she was featured on the all-female Bedroom Riddim with the likes of Nefatari, Timberlee, Raine Seville, Natalie Storm and more.
Recruited by the Five Star General himself into the Alliance family in 2010, BridgeZ displayed her dancehall chops on songs like “Roll Out” featuring Bounty Killer on the World End Riddim and “Hand Up Deh”. BridgeZ spent part of 2012 promoting her Crossover mixtape in Europe, stopping in countries like Italy, France, Switzerland and Amsterdam. The project featured supporting acts such as Konshens, Ding Dong, QQ, Gwhizz, Timberlee, Bounty Killer and more.
2013 has started off with positive reception of her single, “Take Your Time” featuring Big Wayne, by industry peers. The song showcases her strong vocals while promoting a positive message to men and women alike.

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