While the summer may be over, dancehall artiste Xklusive is delivering a high-tempo dance track for dancehall fans to groove to going into the winter season with his latest single, Mek Me Dance.
Xklusive, born Sudine Parke, rose to prominence in 2016 with his single Big Money Popping. The deejay is now gearing up to debut the Mek Me Dance official music video. The audio version of the track is currently available on all major streaming platforms. The song highlights multiple Jamaican dancers, such as Gabbidon, who created the viral dance routine for Teejay’s Drift.
Also highlighted on the track is female dancer Rebel, who created the Rum Behaviour dance challenge to Kraff’s single of the same name. Ahead of the release of the track’s official music video, Jamaican dance group the North Coast Boyz (NCB) have debuted their own dance challenge.
The group can be seen showcasing their moves in Ocho Rios to Xklusive’s lyrics, “Unuh betta gimmi way mek me dance. Drink and nice suh a suh mi carry-on. Smaddy betta video mi, tomorrow mi laugh. Foot a move, cyah tell mi mi nuh have up di sauce.”
Mek Me Dance was produced by Rolando “RB” Blake of RB Records and Craig “Tripledose” Fullwood of Tripledose Production.
Tripledose Production previously produced Xklusive’s collaborative single Memorial with Kraff and Pablo-YG.
Watch the video below.
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