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French producers Daddy & Hypa’s ‘Gangsta’ remix featuring Mavado, Delus and Vybz Kartel is now one of the hottest remixes in France. The single is a force to be reckoned with in the French streets and is quickly becoming an anthem in other European countries. This song shows the versatility of upcoming underground dancehall star Delus, who formed half of the duo called Sojah.
Surprisingly the young lad (Delus), managed to stand up firm against two of dancehall’s giants Mavado and Vybz Kartel as his lyrics, melody and militant flow easily places him within their league. This song shows the entertainment fraternity and the world that Delus is a capable and bankable solo artist like his brother Konshens, who made up the next half of the then duo Sojah. Konshens is currently creating huge waves in the dancehall scene both locally and internationally.
Each artiste ‘rips up’ the D&H produced rhythm that is complimented by a gangster guitar melody, easily making it appealing to hardcore dancehall fans. There is nothing soft or pretty about this song, you can literally feel the hardcore streets of Jamaica, France or any other country through the music.
Mavado provides his usual haunting vocals on the chorus through which we feel his pain as it bleeds onto the fast-paced track. Movado is probably the best dancehall artist that you could have on a gangster chorus so he fulfills his role well.
Kartel is his usual excellent self, spitting witty lyrics like ‘police said freeze but mi no froze’ with the hardcore appeal that we have grown to expect from him.
Big things are anticipated for this song as it is already breaking grounds in Europe. The Gangsta remix also has the potential to push Delus into the forefront of the hardcore dancehall arena. OutAroad.com audio reviewer gives this song four out of five stars.