In your circle of friends, you always have to make sure that each member is a person of respect and today I-Octane speaks on that in “No Shaky Link“. The video, which was directed by Jay Parpworth (known for shooting for Safaree/Stunt Gang Films), shows Octane surrounding by his crew and states what they’ll never be capable of doing. Featuring cameo appearances from the likes of Esco Da Shocker and DJ Foota Hype, Octane promotes camaraderie, respect, and “No shakiness“. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
A single that has been a popular one on Troyton Music’s “Intoxxicated Riddim” has finally gotten the visual treatment. That single is I Octane’s “Hurt By Friends“. Directed by Bling Blang Productions, Octane shows us scenarios where people have been betrayed by their friends all while sharing his own stories and warns us of “fake friends”. A great visual from Bling Blang as usual and a solid single from I Octane. Octane has been working pretty hard to get new material out and has no intention of slowing down. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s been a while since J Yungg has graced the blog and today he drops a new song. Titled “Rich Enemies“, he speaks on friends who have turned their backs on him after they’ve achieved some success. He also pointed out the times where they all suffered together and they can’t even say hello to one another. A good effort here as he speaks on a topic that many can relate to. There are people who know when things were rough but the second they’ve achieved a better life they forget those who were there for them. Looking forward to more music from J Yungg. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Do you know your real friends? Let Singer J and G-Starr help you to identify them with their new single. Titled “Real Frenz” and produced by Armz House Records on the “Fire Supreme Riddim“, the artists make a dedication to their real friends who have been there through thick and thin with them, and point out those who only know you so they can leech off your benefits. I like this single as I’ve been a fan of Singer J and I’m hoping he drops more songs since surprising many with his part in last year’s “Jamaican BadMan Style“. What do you think? Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
While on Fridays many can promote “Follow Friday” on Twitter, how many of us can identify their real friends? Chino is one who can with his new single. Titled “Big Up Mi Fren Dem” and produced by his brother Di Genius on the “Mad World Riddim“, Chino name drops some of his close friends and points out the many types of fake friends and their actions. Not a bad effort from Chino and it could be an anthem at a few dances soon. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.