Dancehall artiste Byron Messia has released his latest music video for the song “90’z”. It’s a song about his gangster ways, flashy lifestyle and his love for the bad gals.
The Romeich Entertainment-produced song was released on May 25 and racked up over 140, 000 views in just 18 hours after its release, projecting it to be a popular song for the summer.
The St. Kitts and Nevis-based Recording is one of the hottest acts to emerge out of the Caribbean in recent times. The Artiste has been delivering to the world a unique Dancehall sound and energy, and has quickly gained a following in Jamaica, and other parts of the Caribbean.
The music video for 90’z was shot in several locations and featured a scene of Byron Messia by himself on top of a building, another with his crew and another with the many females he sings about.
Some lyrics, “Man bad like 90’z tell a bwoy doh step pan mi Nikeees when it pop wul place get lively… jus touch down a Miami beach… bay gal like Steflondon .. tell di deejay pullup a bad song man a shotta like Buju Banton.”
Watch the music video for 90’z below:
Byron’s break-out song, Talibans has already racked up over 17 million streams on YouTube and has been added to hundreds of playlists globally and has become a must-play song at local and international dancehall parties.