Popular UK Dancehall artiste Stylo G drops his 2nd single since copping a major deal with 3Beats Productions earlier this year and its another banger!
The track called Badd had its world premier on BBC Radio 1 –Toddla T show yesterday, and features legendary Jamaican artiste Sister Nancy and her world wide hit “Bam Bam“.
The track produced by Diztortion combines a distinct dancehall sound with dub step to give what some are calling, a potential big hit for the fast approaching Nottinghill Carnival. The single is set for office release on itunes in October, but there is no doubt that it will be burning up the airwaves and speaker boxes the world over until then.
Its been only a few hours since its preview and the feedback has been good so far.Badd has strong potential to push Stylo G further up the ladder of stardom, continuing what the chart success “SoundBwoy“ and Call Me a Yardie began.
But don’t take my word for it, listen to “Badd” for yourself right here:
And if you been living under a rock and haven’t heard Soundbwoy check out the video right here:
If you like the Sister Nancy remix you’ll dig this edm mash up featuring the original sample by RUN THE TRAP
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