Kranium is reportedly taking credit for the new wave of Jamaican artists, who live abroad and are actually being successful.
The Dancehall entertainer said he “literally kicked down the door for all the artists overseas who are doing Dancehall music for this generation locally and internationally.”
Taking to Instagram, the “Nobody Has To Know” singer made the bold statement on Thursday while thanking his fans for their continuous support.
“Don’t get it twisted I literally kick down the door for ALL you artist overseas doing dancehall music for this generation locally and internationally tag one who did it before the kid arrived,” he captioned a photo of himself.
“Now let’s keep it a continuous thing make good music lead and don’t follow… love all the support now let me kick off the 2019 first single out this month,” he continued.
Kranium further doubled down on his claim on Friday morning while announcing that he will be dropping new music this month.
Many of his fans agree with his statement while others beg to differ.
Kranium, who has been wooing the ladies with singles like “We Can” with Tory Lanez, “Can’t Believe” with Ty Dolla $ign and Wizkid and “No Odda,” enjoyed a great deal of success on the international scenes over the past three years.