January is proving to be a feud-filled month in the world of dancehall with Jada Kingdom and Stefflon Don taking the cake. The latest feud eruption in the dancehall world follows an interview done by Kyle Butler where he called out dancehall artistes for ‘going down on their knees’ to beg Rvssian to be on the Dutty Money Riddim, he also named Brysco as an example.
The interview was about Kyle Butler discussing his heated disagreement with Rvssian’s recent remarks about the minimal influence of gatekeepers in dancehall music. Kyle said he profusely disagrees with Rvssian’s comments as it could lead to dancehall artistes believing that they don’t need producers and managers to elevate their careers.
Brysco did not take kindly to Butler’s choice of words during his interview. Subsequently, Brysco took to social media to launch an attack on the producer.
During his verbal attack, Brysco highlighted that Butler could have made his point without using him as an example, “Hey bwoy guh s_ck yo madda yo hear… guh s_ck out yo madda big p***y bwoy… boh mi guh pan nuh knee a beg fi riddim… next time yuh a talk yuh tell the people di full hundred…”
He continues, “doh come use nuh style and feel like seh yuh can come draw man inna nt’n and come style man intelligently yo hear, guh s_ck yo madda… mi sure know seh yuh neva see mi a beg fi nt’n at all… guh S_ck yo madda again.”
The moment, Kyle Butler was referring to during the interview with The Fix was the moment Brysco decided to go online to talk about his song on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim, as per Kyle, during that moment Brysco was begging for a feature on the riddim.
Watch Brysco’s video clip below: