Deprecated: The each() function is deprecated. This message will be suppressed on further calls in /home/content/p3pnexwpnas09_data02/08/42240608/html/wp-content/plugins/js_composer/include/classes/core/class-vc-mapper.php on line 111 Stefflon Don – DJIceberg.com
Known for mastering various music styles and creating genre-bending hits, naturally, we’ll catch a vibe with
XXXTentacion’s latest posthumous single,
“Royalty,” available at all digital retailers now. The sultry and hard Caribbean dancehall beat–produced by renowned Jamaican producer
JonFx– jolts into a melodic flow with
X flexin’ his Jamaican descent. Then, he’s fittingly followed by verses from Jamaican royalty
Ky-Mani Marley, Vybz Kartel, and
Stefflon Don. “Royalty” marks the first official single off of
XXXTentacion’s upcoming album Bad Vibes Forever [Bad Vibes Forever/EMPIRE], which is set to include features from some of today’s top artists. Listen to
Additionally, the estate recently released a trailer for the global
superstar’s revealing documentary. The compelling visual is approaching 6
million YouTube views in one month.
X narrated the clip himself,
and he states, “This is the story; this is the full story. And this is
the last time I will tell it.” Watch the trailer
BMG is pleased to announce its remix of the hit single, “Boasty,” featuring Wiley, Sean Paul, Stefflon Don, and People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive,” Idris Elba is making noise in the US after receiving a silver certification in the UK with over 68 million streamsacross all DSP’s and over 50 million views on YouTube. In the US alone, “Boasty,” has seen over 19 Million streams, growing over at one million streams per week since its impact.
“Boasty,” just as it’s titled, is an undeniable hit where each artist brings braggadocio lyrical heat to the track boasting about how they are the best over an upbeat dancehall/hip hop beat.
Hotnewhiphop chimes in saying, “I liked this idea of the artists all competing for lyrical screen-space with them crumpling, folding, or stomping on each other to bring us from one to the next. It had a kinda vibe of bigupmanship and a visual riff on who’s the boasty-iest… to say it was a shoot to remember would be a bit of an understatement. What a killer quartet of awesome artists.