Razor B releases another fiery single

In a bid to capitalise on the success of his most recent hit, ‘Hot Up’, dancehall artiste Razor B has released another equally insinuating and fiery single, ‘Up In Deh’.

Produced by DJ Franco who also produced Hot Up, is already gaining momentum. The video was unleashed at the popular Mojito Mondays session in St Andrew earlier this week.

The video features just what female fans expect from the rising star. Beautiful women, a fresh upbeat rhythm and, of course, a shirtless Razor B.

What is refreshingly unexpected in this edgy collaboration is the influence of African drums, a hot new dance to accompany the song and a feature by popular selector/producer and radio jock, Supa Hype.

With mixed reviews on his last visual release, Razor B enlisted Team Cash Flow to create a clean and entertaining video, which captures the audience with its beat and beautifully natural background. It was shot in sections of Kingston.

Beauty and culture

“It is important for me to give the fans what they want. It is my goal to bring dancing back to the dancehall. Jamaica is the heart of this music. it is important to me to stay connected to these roots in order to continue to bring the beauty and culture of our island to the world, as so many great artistes before me. It is also important to me to keep the local dancehall community interested and engaged,” Razor B said.

Fans can log on to http://www.vevo.com/artist /razor-b to watch the Up In Deh video in its entirety.

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Dancehall artiste Ce’Cile has recorded a song titled ‘IG Post’ (Miss Nuffy), which throws lyrical jabs at MC Nuffy and social media bullies. According to the sinjay, the song addresses all persons who live to spread their hate using social media.



“It’s a song for all nuff people, so if you are included in the song then that means you are a nuff female. The song was basically written from all the comments I read in my timeline. So give thanks to the nuff people because they were an inspiration,” she said, seemingly unbothered.

In one line of IG Post, Ce’Cile even made fun of MC Nuffy’s split with Gully Bop, citing that he was the one on the losing end, instead of Gully Bop.

“He is acting like Gully Bop’s career is done, but the only thing done is Nuffy salary. Gully Bop is in Trinidad touring with the hottest artistes right now, more power to Gully Bop. Stop trying to pull down the man and let him make his money. But you know what? Girls just love to talk. This is not even serious, it’s hilarious to me and that goes for all persons on social media. I specifically don’t like men who behave like females and Bounty Killer said it best recently,” Ce’Cile said.

Ce’Cile and MC Nuffy have been at odds since last week after the talkative host criticised the singer for reaching out to her babyfather Chris Martin on social media.

Defence ready

When contacted, MC Nuffy told The WEEKEND STAR that he has three female artistes ready to defend his honour lyrically.

“Mi nah guh argue wid no woman, but mi have three female artistes can send fi har. A good thing mi did talk up because now it give har an idea for a song. Everywhere yuh see har bout Big Deal a sing di man (Chris Martin’s) song,” he continued.

“Ce’Cile, mi nah guh continue trace wid yuh, mi a guh write a song and mek a female artiste fix yuh business and yuh can come a Sting come defend it. Mi see seh yuh want to tek the buss. Tabeta, Stylysh or Sashae, anyone a dem can tek yuh points,” MC Nuffy said.


Dancehall act Charly Black recently headlined two major shows in Columbia where he has developed a huge fan base.

At the Green Moon Festival in San Andres, he rocked a huge crowd of more than 10,000 patrons with his hits, Buddy Buddy, and Party Animal.

The Green Moon Festival, held annually, is an expression of the culture of the Caribbean region, and there are often lectures on music, documentaries, samples dances and local cuisine for a whole week.

The artiste also journeyed to the capital city of Bogota to perform at the Royal Theatre Centre in Chapinero where 5,000 screaming fans cheered him on.

Dressed in full white, he walked out singing a new single, Jesus Police Record. He segued into Tyad Fi See Me, and the crowd sang the chorus word for word. He then did popular songs like Fiesta, Gold Medal and First Time.

He took a sip of an alcoholic beverage, and declared that he was a ‘party animal’. Patrons in the crowd cheered him on, and drank along with him. He closed his set with the popular Party Animal for Techniques Records, earning inside the club at least five forwards.

Black has developed a following in Central and South America. Party Animal is doing well on dancehall charts. The single hit number 6 on a chart in Costa Rica, and number 1 in Chile.

“Mi a put in the work and people appreciate the music, right now, music is a blessing,” Charly Black said.

He will head to a show in England and will headline a big event in Mandeville, ‘Signature’, Heroes Weekend, at Rock City. He is also booked for a festival in Chile, alongside Method Man from Wu Tang clan.