From an early age Queen Bremmer was always hopeful of a career in media; always professing her dreams of having her own television talk show. As time progressed a degree in journalism seemed to be the best fit and the first step for the Queen’s aspirations. She enrolled at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communications, CARIMAC (UWI, Mona) where she completed her undergraduate degree in Journalism.
While at the UWI, Mona she hosted several events and eventually landed her first online series as co-host on the UWI, Mona Guild of Students, Campus Beats. She then went on to event coverage with I Watch Campus (IWC) and was also a co-host for IWC’s online web series ‘Campus Buss’.
She believes her media platforms should showcase the greatness of dancehall music and in so doing enriching the Jamaican cultural legacy. This ideal is what guided the concept of her first radio programme, on Global Medz Radio (NY), the TalkShow. She’s now a co-host on Street Talk Radio a programme that highlights current affairs topics carried in the Street Hype Newspaper aired on WVIP 93.5 FM. Print media is also a platform she uses to interact with those interested in reggae/dancehall updates as a blogger on wazzuptonight.com and a writer for Street Hype Newspaper. Her most recent venture is her YouTube channel, Queen Bremmer, which serves as a library collection of her work. This work now including her radio show, All Tings Dancehall, aired on Reggae King Radio.
The Queen is a recipient of the Three Kings Promotions’ Dedication and Commitment to Broadcasting award. Her life’s mission is to inspire her generation through hard work and dedication fuelled by a passion that eliminates the thought of failure and mediocrity.