Tarrus Riley, as usually, delivers an energetic and positive vibe on the record, while Mad Cobra throws several punches at whoever considered to be a fake ‘Rude Boy.’
At the moment, dancehall fans believed the Mad Cobra is making a comeback, but the deejay says that is not the case.
According to Mad Cobra, dancehall these days is boring so he came back on the scene to nice things up a bit.
“I came back because dancehall is boring. I do most of my shows in Europe. I haven’t worked in Jamaica in five years. Most of the big names move from arenas to small venues. Dancehall is on a dive. Younger artistes can’t deliver the songs how it sound on the recordings. Shows don’t ram like how dem used to ram before,” he told Jamaica Gleaner.
“I never stop recording. I just keep my thing underground. Most of my songs that I have are done for sound systems. I wasn’t hunting or craving airplay,” he added.
Cobra rose to International fame in the early 1990s with singles such as “Flex” and “You’re Making Me High” with Toni Braxton.
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