WATCH: Govana and Aidonia Drop “Earthquake” Music Video

A new single by Govana and Aidonia that was released today features the ladies twerking and flaunting their bodies. The song garnered 2.4k views overall (currently) and almost a thousand views within the first half-hour of its release on YouTube, with fans expressing their thoughts on the track. Some fans expressed that the collaboration between the two was long-awaited, and some showed their love for the artistes’ lyrical prowess.

Aidonia, whose given name is Sheldon Lawrence, took a break from the music scene before returning to pay tribute to his late son, King Khalif Lawrence. Aidonia took his stage name from the first two letters of his middle name, “Aitana,” and “Donia” which was a name he acquired while playing football. Aidonia is the leader of the musical partnership J.O.P., which features an array of dancehall artistes.


Govana, who is a member of the J.O.P. group, is more formally known as Romeo Nelson, according to The Face. He made his mark in dancehall with songs such as Bake Bean, Gyal Clown, and Shallow Grung. He was initially known as Deablo in his earlier musical days when he only released hardcore music from the streets of Jamaica but has since changed his line of music.

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The song features quite a number of voluptuous ladies partying on a beach in an array of different swimsuits while both artistes fawn over their bodies. “Batty deh a mek eh earth shake,” Govana sings at the beginning of the song, as the ladies twerk on the beach. Aidonia then takes over the song by telling the girl to “gyrate.” The song adds to dancehall’s collection of songs for ladies to get wild and have fun at parties.

View a video of the new single Earthquake below:

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