Dwayne Bravo launches his new song, Chris Gayle takes a selfie

Since the inception of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the West Indies cricketers have added a much needed glamour and colour to it. West Indian cricketers are known to be the most funniest of all cricketers and are proven party animals. Caribbean cricketers and music make a perfect combo but Dwayne Bravo takes it a step further.

Bravo has been a popular character and has entertained his fans with not only cricket, but also with his dance moves. His dance moves on the field of cricket is a treat to watch and has always added life to the game.

On Sunday, Bravo launched his seventh single ‘Chalo Chalo’ in Chennai and saw a lot of support from his Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) teammates. On this occasion, Chris Gayle posted a selfie with Bravo, MS Dhoni and his daughter Ziva on his official Instagram account.

Also, Darren Sammy took to his Instagram account and posted a video, where Bravo dressed in Sherwani is entertaining the crowd with his own composition.

It’s happening @djbravo47 #entertainer #singingOnstage #chalochalo #comeLetsGo #heDidIt ohmy #hediditagain

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This isn’t the first time the CSK all-rounder has sung a song. He released his first solo song and it was titled ‘Go Gyal Go.’ A few years ago, he had sung a song with the famous singer Beenie Man on a single called “Beenie Man N Bravo.” Playing for CSK, Bravo has enjoyed a huge fan base from South India and has played a cameo in a Tamil movie Ula. (READ: Dwayne Bravo: 13 facts about West Indian all-round entertainer)

Being a complete maniac for Hindi songs, the West Indian all-rounder in a promotional event had also announced that he would be launching a ‘Dwayne Bravo Dance School’ in Chennai, probably in 2016.