Valiant’s much-anticipated response to Teejay’s Chapter 1 diss track has finally been released, and it has been sparking strong comparisons to Mavado’s flow on the diss track he released for Vybz Kartel on the same ‘Drumline Riddim‘.
The lyrical battle that Mavado and Vybz Kartel were engrossed in years ago went down as arguably the biggest clash in dancehall’s history, and it appears that Teejay and Valiant are recreating something similar to that iconic clash. The UpTop Boss and Fada Dipo released their first diss tracks on the ‘Drumline Riddim,’ which was used by Mavado and Vybz Kartel at the end of their clash.
Additionally, some listeners have contended that while Teejay possessed a flow similar to Vybz Kartel, Valiant was rocking a flow similar to Mavado.
In Valiant’s diss track, Timoya, an audio of a female kicked off the song. The woman seemingly indicated that Teejay was a traitor for being friends with the group of men responsible for killing another friend of his.
Following her voice note, Valiant dissed Teejay and proceeded to attack his rival with some grimy lyrics, noting that Teejay’s “friend dem dead out.”
Valiant added that Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, whom he called his aunt, would give Teejay’s manager, Sharon Burke, a “hot box.”
“A wah do batty boy Timoya, we nuh fraid fi fire, we ketch yuh face pan a p***y, we have a picture a yuh. Yuh cudda drift likkle more but me richa’an yuh, and yuh nuh bad, dah clown face we see pan yuh,” Valiant deejayed.
Valiant also incorporated his singing abilities into the track as he continued. Notably, Valiant claimed in the song that Teejay is mad at him because of a “nurse” he hooked up with overseas.
Listen to Valiant’s Timoya below:
Two hours after the song dropped on YouTube on January 19, the song debuted at No. 26 on YouTube’s Trending chart in Jamaica. Fans have since left many praises in the comments of the song.
Read some of the comments below: