Jamaica, the world-renowned dancehall deejay (Jamaican rapper) blasted onto the music scene over 20 years ago, and has remained a mainstay on airwaves and playlists ever since. Consistently touring and keeping his brand relevant with fans - a rare accomplishment in the dancehall genre, this timeless artist now returns with a collection of new hits to satisfy dancehall aficionados, globally.
From The 90s receives a top banner on iTunes U.S. Reggae Section on day of release.
International pop star and fellow Jamaican Sean Paul turns up the temperature on the EDM-spiced “Bambalam (Remix),” reggae royalty Tarrus Riley pools his star power on the reggae-infused “Feeling Irie (Dancehall Remix),” while throwback dancehall vibes take center stage on tracks such as “Yuh Betta Kool,” “Have Fun,” “We Doe Worry,” and “Gweh,” among others.
- Feeling Irie (Dancehall Remix) Featuring Tarrus Riley
- A You Mi Come Fah (Remix)
- Yuh Betta Kool
- Have Fun
- We Doe Worry
- Bambalam (Remix) Featuring Sean Paul
- Kitty Kitty
- Drunk Sex
- Di Bam Bam
- Dutty Bad Mind