Resurgent deejay Ryno since exiting the Portmore Empire has come under immense pressure from various sects in an attempt to oust him from the industry.
Leading the charge is Ryno's former protege Popcaan and then mentor Vybz Kartel, both of whom have failed in their quest to silence the deejay despite a plethora of diss tracks and verbal insults.
However, it appears the Garrison recording artiste refusal to yield has spawn into a recording session that sees him venting his frustration in a new track titled "Walk and Talk". Based on lyrical content the song appears to be aimed at addressing the infamous 'sell out accusation" leveled against him by the Gaza outfit.
In the track, Ryno also takes a series of swipes at both Vybz Kartel and Popcaan with the lines:
"bwoy yuh lucky mi nuh deh bout
since yuh skull hot den step out...
badman neva neva sell out..
and anyweh mi see yuh is a shell out..
poppi yuh badness green like banana..
bet yuh stamma-a when yuh see the bomma-a
run an guh hide yuh head unda wig like yuh fada"
When contacted for a comment Ryno stated "who di cap fit mek dem wear it". Has Ryno thrown down the gauntlet to his former friends turn foe is the question being asked?
The song is featured on the soon-to-be-released African Robot Riddim produced by Unknown Records other artiste on the project includes Chedda with the drinkers anthem 'Shell Di Bar', Wayne Marshall, Khago, I-Octane among others.