By Krazy Katty
New York based dancehall/reggae artiste Lex Hype has put aside his hardcore dancehall attitude to make way for his latest single title Trod It On. The positive message that the song signals were made possible by Lex Hype's management team Vibez Camp who produced the track.
The Dj begged for his people to unite and for the gangsters to put down the guns because too many mothers and fathers are living to see their children die before them.
Lex Hype also blames the governmental system for the rapid growth of poverty in the ghetto.
"Di system only set fi di needy, don't yuh be greedy people do yuh feel mi,
I've been doing this for a very longtime, why trying to take mine I’m just trying to shine,
life is worth more than silver and gold, but everyman want fi get rich before them turn old,
some man si di money and guh sell dem soul."
Fans can be on the lookout for a new video from Lex Hype this coming summer.