It didn’t take long for Busy to respond with a gritty diss record “Stay So” and now we have the video and its even grittier than the song. The cut was directed by Dameon Gayle for Warrior Musick Productions. The clip starts out with Busy Signal hanging out in the ghetto with his crew smoking weed and drinking rum while spitting the lyrics for the Gangsta anthem. The video concept is like a short film with some familiar faces that are cast in past music videos for Vybz Kartel. Related Posts

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Watch Busy Signal New Video “My Time Now” Busy Signal drop a gritty music video for his Ding Dong diss track “Stay So.”
Back in October, Ding Dong drop a new single “Flare” where he took a shot at Busy Signal and everyone was caught by surprised given that the Ravers Clavers deejay is not known as a war deejay. Watch the video “Stay So” below.

Despite being locked up for the past six years, Kartel manages to maintain his presence at the top of dancehall. Tweet
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Vybz Kartel drops the visual for his catchy single “Don’t Come Back” a track where he took shots at his baby mama Shorty. “Gyal pack up her things, fuck you / Talk ’bout me a stale news (ooh) / Gwaan then but don’t come back / When you hear Worl’ Boss got juice (ooh) / Ungrateful bitch tododooo (ooh) / Adianna and Mommy me choose (ooh),” Kartel deejay. The track was produced by Vybz Kartel Muzik while the cut was directed Dameon Gayle and shot in Kingston earlier this month. The 3-minute video features two dance crews going up against each other in an epic dance-off. A video for his new viral hit “Mhm Hm” was also shot earlier this month and will be premiered on Kartel’s Vevo channel sometime soon. Watch the video for Vybz Kartel new single “Don’t Come Back” below. The incarcerated deejay continues to make breakthroughs in mainstream music with one of his singles “Balle Shava” getting featured on the soundtrack for AMC’s hit supernatural action serious Preacher. “Don’t Come Back” was released just over a week ago and immediately sparked some controversy over some of the lyrics which some fans think is a shot at his common-law wife Tanesha “Shorty” Johnson.