It’s been a while since we’ve heard any music from Jamaican group, Acmatic. No worries though, as they’ve recently announced that they’ll be back. Until then, Acmatic Frontman King Lopo keeps the name alive with a track titled, “Straight To It“! Sharing production with Producer/Recording Artist Sawandi, we get a blend of Funk, Electronic Music, Dancehall, Hip Hop, and all around good vibes as Lopo keeps the rhymes flowing like the White Rum he so loves. Whether you’re starting your morning off, or searching for a party to crash in the night, “Straight To It” will keep you pumped up and ready for anything! Good to see Lopo back in the booth. New Acmatic on the way!
We all have our own variety of Vices, whether it’s gaming, puffing herb, or even binge watching Anime. Today, Acmatic is back from a small hiatus to share their “Vices” Music Video. Featuring King Lopo fresh from dream land, he looks back at the wild night he has had through the means of a Snapchat story. While the group has been known to bond with a few beers and the Wray & Nephew White Rum, they ask today, “What’s Your Vice?“. Share yours in the comments section. Good to see the team back on track, be on the look out for more in 2016! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Free the herbs! Today’s new video comes from Acmatic and they’re all about Jane. Titled “Free Jane” and features Singer Mortimer and King Lopo with the verses, they are advocating for the legalization of Marijuana, speak on the possibilities of its use and how it can change lives financially. In the video, Marijuana is personified at times wearing chains and embracing Lopo while he raps. A great effort here as the song has been previewed for months and seeing that the legalization of Marijuana in Jamaica may see the light of day, this is a proper song to get the people listening. Whether you smoke it, drink it, wear it, or even like drawing it, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping new music today is Jamaica’s Acmatic. Titled “Bottom Of The Bank” and produced by PlateFace and backup vocals from Sevana, we hear lyrics about dealing with expenses, sending family members to a psych ward, frustrations and washing away sorrows with alcohol. Many people in Jamaica are going through a few things especially when it comes to the cost of living. With new taxes, higher prices on even basic necessities and no increase in salary, many can’t handle it and take to the bottle to temporarily relieve that stress. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Getting you ready for the Carnival season is Acmatic with something new! Titled “Backdrop“, we get a little story from King Lopo about meeting a girl at the Road March and proceeding to dance with her. Later down the ladies are then instructed to make the song their own and let their booty “Backdrop“. Great effort from the crew as this sounds ready for all the Road Marches and Soca related events. Play this with their earlier single, “Make Her Jump“. Always a good listen from Acmatic, make it your song. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.