Jamaican producer, Rvssian, released a new track, “Kremlin,” recorded by Dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel, on the Moscow Riddim.
The Head Concussion Records-produced single, which first appeared on Sunday (Oct 29) via Youtube, is a hardcore diss track, targeting “copycats” and “daydreamers.”
Some Dancehall users speculate that the song is a straightforward assault on rival deejay, Alkaline, who has been ridiculed as a replica by fans of the “Worl Boss” deejay since his earlier days of his music career.
To incite more controversy, the artwork of “Kremlin” flaunts several thug-looking individuals, sporting masks similar to the vendetta clan’s, which the “Formula” deejay has adapted to his persona.
The term “Kremlin” refers to a military stronghold in central Moscow that contains the central offices of the government of Russia and, formerly, the offices of the Soviet Union.
Since the release of the song, fanatics of the incarcerated deejay immediately took to social media to share their views.
“Bbc GAZANATION DI Bbc WORLBOSS 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥,” one fan wrote.
“Yoooooi Gaza run d fucking world🔥🔥🔥👽👽👽👽,” one mentioned.
“This bad nuh pussy clart!!!💥💥💥💥,” another added.
Rvssian, whose real name is Tarik Johnston, and Vybz Kartel have previously collaborated on hits such as “Jeans & Fitted,” “Look Pon Wi,” and “Get Gal Anywhere.”
In 2010, reports surfaced that the duo had a dispute, to which they both denied.
Vybz Kartel, real name Adidja Azim Palmer, has been releasing quite a number of tracks since the start of 2017. However, this shouldn’t come as a shocker as the “Fever” deejay promised hundreds of songs, earlier this year.