Dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel has released the music video for his single True Religion, which is a tribute to his fiancée, Sidem Öztürk. In this, the entertainer professes his love to her, whom he believes was sent directly by God for him.
The Adidjaheimrecords-produced song, housed on his True Religion EP, was released on August 15 and engineered by Redboomsupamix with riddim by Dindinhempton. The EP was released weeks after the song’s debut, on September 30, and centred on the love he has for his fiancée, whom he has been with since 2015 when he was at Horizon Adult Remand Center.
Starting off the music video, a woman is seen bathing in a bathtub, and Kartel is heard singing, “God sent you for me, I know God sent you for me. Yah me true religion, am I forgiven. When me lay dung, and she ride on me.” The female then gets dressed in religious habit and arms herself with a gun and a bible. Another female is also seen scantily dressed as she dances in a room under a red light and Kartel deejays about having sexual intercourse with her by saying, “Yuh p*ssy a me love sign.”
Further on in the video, it shows a man in a motor vehicle who is fatally shot by a female dressed as a nun. While Kartel continues to express his devotion to the woman, whom he believes will save him, the nun takes the life of an individual dressed in the Ku Klux Klan’s white rope and hood.
The audio has garnered more than 200K views and over 15K likes on YouTube since it was released. The video, released hours ago, has so far received over 16K views and 3K likes from fans, some of which credited the entertainer for his hard work and praised him for his talent.
Watch the Vybz Kartel’s True Religion below.