Dancehall artiste Mr. Vegas blasted critics of Byron Messia’s recent statements in which he claimed that his hit single Talibans is the biggest dancehall song since 2005. In his fiery response, Vegas told detractors to “Nyam S*it,” and leave the artiste alone because his tune is currently opening doors for more Jamaican artistes to enter the international charts.
Vegas praised Byron Messia for his global hit song as he laid out some notable statistics the song has already racked up. In his issuing of credit to the Moca artiste, Vegas also offers a suggestion that he thinks would have made the song even larger; he suggested that the name of the song should have been adjusted, instead of Talibans, he would name it Taliba, alluding to the controversy surrounding the Taliban group.
Vegas explained more ineptly, stating, “So when you name you song Talibans, you nah go get the household, you nah go get the mid-west, you nah go get places like Tennessee nuff likkle region. You nah go get stations weh play Sean Paul, because waa, the title of the song.”
The veteran entertainer continued his review by demanding that Jamaican fans embrace Byron Messia with open arms despite him spending most of his life in St Kitts. According to Vegas, he senses some negative vibes from Jamaican dancehall fans towards Byron Messia.
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In closing, Vegas outlined that in a short period, Byron Messia’s song passed out many dancehall songs. He also said he was astonished by the reactions of dancehall fans and industry players towards the young artiste
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