Dancehall artist I-Octane was joined Bob Marley’s son Ky-Mani for a collaborative duet titled A Yah Wi Deh (meaning: yes, we’re there), an affirmation of their commitment to keep the faith and fight injustices.
“A Yah Wi Deh” feels more hip-hop than one drop but its uplifting sentiment aligns with a conscious reggae realm. The visual was filmed in Kingston.
Jamaican sing-jay I-Octane has amassed a hit-filled catalog rife with vigorous dancehall anthems recorded on the latest digitized rhythms, as well as some of contemporary roots reggae’s most heartfelt observations reflecting the cries of the sufferers.
Watch A Yah Wi Deh music video by I-Octane featuring Ky-Mani Marley.