'INDIA IS THE MAIN REASON I AM STILL MOTIVATED TO MAKE MUSIC'
Hindustan Times|October 08, 2021
West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo adds that India has become his second home
Sugandha Rawal

Despite having a packed schedule at the ongoing IPL 2021 in Dubai, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo took out time to shoot for his next music video. And he credits his fans in India for helping him stay passionate about creating music.

"Most of my songs hit a million views in this part of the world first, be it Champion or Jaeger Bomb or my MS Dhoni song," Bravo admits happily, and adds that he gets "most of the love and support" for his music "from India and that's one of the main reasons" he continues to be "motivated and passionate about wanting to do it".

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