Custom designed for Dancehall lovers around the world, the song speaks of the flamboyance of Rick Flair, a fictional character who is dressed in the finest designer gear, has the baddest woman on his arm, and pops premium champagne. “The song is straight Jamaican Dancehall” said Fambo after his studio session. “Every man who hears this chune knows it’s him we’re talking about. Jamaica has nuff Rick Flair!”
Produced by Blaze Entertainment, the track comes just ahead of the music video shot on location in Miami which sees Fambo styled in expensive suits, rubies and diamonds. Stylez, who is Fambo’s producer, made it a point to have “Fambo looking like a million dollars and ready to have a meeting with Hip Hop’s Rick Ross! When we see someone driving a nice car, we say ‘Rick Flair,’ and when we see a man bling out from head to toe, we say ‘Rick Flair!’ That’s the new lingo.
The video is slated to be released on June 10th making its’ world premier with Winford Williams show OnStage in Jamaica, and its’ Canadian premier on Big G television in Toronto. “I saw the pictures from his video shoot on his Instagram page,” said Big G, “and I reached out immediately to make sure we show the video first in Canada. This is one of the best video’s we’ve seen come from the Caribbean!”
Future Fambo’s international appeal has been increased since the release of his hit song “Bloodclaute Song.” The song shot to #1 on international charts, and saw several dance crews creating their own routine to the Dancehall scorcher. Fambo anticipates that the same effect will be seen with the release of “Rick Flair” which in an original Dancehall and Hip Hop remix.
The artists 12 track album Evolve – The Uprise will be released on July 29th. The artist tours Europe, Canada and the US to promote the feel good album which will have every party goer dancing, and popping bottles!
With solid hits under his belt such as “Rum and Red Bull,” “SWAG” and his newest hit “Di Bloodclaut Song,” Fambo has prepped the Dancehall market for his brand, and the delivery of non-stop hits for fans worldwide.
Hailing from St. Ann, the same parish as Marcus Garvey, Bob Marley, Burning Spear and Shabba Ranks, Fambo’s musical mission is create and perform music that fans include in their party soundtrack not just today, but for years to come. This work ethic has made him one of the most sustainable Dancehall acts over the past few decades.