Masicka Drops ’20 Matic’ Music Video: A Flashy Ode to Gangster Life

Friday, June 21, 2024, 5:24 AM GMT-5

Portmore native Dancehall artiste Masicka has unveiled the music video for his track ‘20 Matic,’ a new single that was not featured on his album ‘Generation of Kings.‘ Released on Friday, June 21, the video is already generating a buzz and is poised to dominate Jamaica’s YouTube trending chart soon.

20 Matic‘ is a gritty anthem for the streets, showcasing Masicka‘s lyrical prowess and tough persona. The track delves into themes of street life and gangsterism, with hard-hitting lines like “pullup and rrrhm… 20 Matic a spark weh di endz deh, empty barrel a talk… when mi guh road mi bring it cause mi nuh friendly… mi buy mi gun and load the clip… killa imnna di villa.”

The music video complements the song’s raw energy with a flashy display of street opulence. For most of the video, Masicka is seen surrounded by an array of high-end vehicles, including BMWs, a Lamborghini, and a Porsche, symbolizing success and dominance.

The visuals are further enhanced by the presence of several eye-catching video vixens and Masicka’s male associates, creating an atmosphere that is both glamorous and gritty.

Masicka – 20 matic

The lyrics paint a vivid picture of a world where loyalty and power are paramount, and Javaun Fearon who is more commonly known as Masicka adds an authentic intensity to the narrative with words such as, “send fi a killa fast rounds plenty”.

Masicka – 20 matic

Directed with a keen eye for detail, the video captures the essence of the song and the lifestyle it represents. As ‘20 Matic‘ continues to rack up views, it’s a clear reminder that Masicka has once again solidified his place as a key figure in the Dancehall scene, delivering music that resonates deeply with many Jamaicans.

One fan watched the video and commented, “Masicka is What Dancehall Was Missing, No Scamming, Just A Song With Substance,” another stated, “20 matic a sparks mi genna….VIDEO CLEAN.”

Watch the music video for ‘20 Matic‘ below:


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