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.@FridayNightCru Seek Another Hit With @ZacJonesStony @PRGKid Featured “LAYB”


The duo of Jamaican artists KinDah and Dash D make up the Friday Night Cru. No stranger to the Blog, the group has been working its way up to becoming a prominent name in the new generation of artists on the Island. With influences ranging from Jazz to Dancehall to Hip Hop, they have resulted in unique tracks that helped to boost the group’s profile and following. Looking for another banger, FNC released, “Look At Your Body (LAYB)“.

Produced by Harry Hunt and featuring fellow Jamaican artists Zac Jone$ and PRG Kid, we get a Trap-Hall track by the Cru that should get you moving during this “Holiday Stay Inside Party” season. With each artist dropping sensual lyrics for the ladies, expect this one to cause a change in temperatures as well. Whether its high energy or chill vibes, the Friday Night Cru will make it happen. Get your Playlists ready.

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.@FridayNightCru Have Their Eyes On A lil Bad Ting Like “Monáe” In Debut Video!


Ever met someone who instantly got you in your feelings? Always looking for love in the wrong way? Well maybe you can relate with Jamaican newcomers Djavan and Damani a.k.a. Friday Night Cru as they present to you their debut single and video. Titled “Monáe“, the single was produced by Austin Marc, while the visual was directed by Adam Armond. The single is a blend of Dancehall, Hip Hop, and Pop influences and finds the Artists (including collaborator LEO. who wasn’t present in the video) meeting the girl that embodies the swagger of the beautiful Janelle Monáe (whom the single draws inspiration from), and making moves. To hear them say it, she’s a “lil bad thing“! The new wave of Artists in Jamaica show respect to those before them, but draw influences from every genre out now to make their own unique sound. Friday Night Cru is the duo you should look out for more from. Check out the video below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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