Brysco’s “Code” The Hottest Song In Jamaica ‘Ensure’

Dancehall artiste Brysco is currently trending on the youtube music charts at number 1 with his track entitled “Code” and the streets have been taking on to it just the same.

The essence of the track revolves around the fast “Choppa” lifestyle which he refers to as the code. The entertainer also did the song with an official music video featuring all the hype things that he sings about on the track.

The deejay controversially starts the song with some lyrics singing about him easily attracting bloody money to him and putting white people’s blood in his guard ring to keep guarded.

For the chorus of the song, it takes on a catchy bounce with Brysco using the word “Code” repetitively while he lets it known that while he travels on the toll his car has to be in sport mode. In a section of the chorus, the deejay also sends a shoutout to Portmore and the sex workers on “Backroad”, for their job of giving sexual favours skillfully with the Ensure drink.

For the verses of the song, the entertainer used them to describe his chopping activities in detail which might just be one of the reasons why the song is trending so hard since the lifestyle that he sings about is one that young Jamaicans are being drawn to which is heavily reflected in the new “Trap Dancehall” genre.

So far, the song has racked up over one million views on youtube in just one week and also has caused the word “Ensure” to trend on Twitter locally as seen below.

Just recently a video began to circulate online showing a male student and a female student in a video enacting some of the things the deejay mentioned that the back road girls did to him with the Ensure drink, however, the boy and the girl were later suspended from school.

Even Vybz Kartel seem to have caught on to the trend as he jokingly made an Instagram story showing a female talking about being lactose intolerant and giving oral sex.

Watch the official music video for Brysco’s “Code” below.

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