The visuals is quite disturbing for many Vybz Kartel fans as it contains nothing but gay men from New Kingston’s slums and gully — performing Dancehall moves including twerking.
Scenes in the music video were taken from a documentary called “The Gully Queens of New Kingston.”
The documentary is about a community growing underprivileged/delinquent young gay men and transgender youth living in the Jamaican capital’s storm drain system on Trafalgar Road, in New Kingston Jamaica. NOISEY team met people that had been driven below the depths of the city by desperation.
According to NOISEY, “This unique community has found solace in the lyrics of street life and struggle of the recently incarcerated singer Vybz Kartel, a national hero of sorts and considered “The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto” by many.”
Vybz Kartel was reportedly unable to sign off on this video as an official promo, but NOISEY licensed the song and have stated that they “put it out to show people a rarely seen side of one of they favorite places in the world.”
Watch the Beautiful Girl unofficial music video by NOISEY for Vybz Kartel.