Dancehall recording artiste Erup is set to make his return since his near death bike accident in January of this year. He will make is first local performance of 2010 at Spectrum set for March 26 at the Constant Spring Football Field. Erup has been recovering from a broken leg in two places after he was hit from his motorcycle while traveling on Windward Road heading to New Kingston.
Currently signed to his own Fully Govern imprint, Erup is currently working on his debut album with young producer Tamoyo Campbell of Bomb Squad Records along with a sleuth of a-list producers. The entertainer spent most of 2008 and 2009 in the United States promoting his hit single Click Me Finger. To date the song has been remixed five times by international djs, UK based garage band and most notably by R&B singer Jasmine Sullivan. Erup was also featured on BET's late night show "The Deal". He also did a series of shows with big names in Hip Hop such as Rick Ross, Jim Jones, Omarion.
Erup says fans can expect two videos to be released in the next couple of weeks and also new singles and collaboration with a New York rapper. The 'Gal a run dem head' star plans to continue making hits both for his local and foreign fans. Erup is currently being offered album deals by a few big distribution and publishing companies based in the USA and United Kingdom.