The Jone’s Ave Records-produced Dancehall banger was dropped exclusively via Vybz Kartel Radio’s YouTube Channel on September 20.
“Mhm Hm,” which was featured on the same Riddim as Ishawna’s gritty Danielle D.I diss track “Walking Dead,” has racked up over 2,500,000 streams.
The song has been making waves on the local and international Dancehall scene as it continues to dominate social media with snippets, memes and skits.
Listen to “Mhm Hm” by Vybz Kartel…
In related stories, Foska Oats and Supligen have reportedly seen an increase in sales following the release of Kartel’s “Mhm Hm.”
The self-proclaimed “Worl Boss” gave the products, owned by Caribbean Foods Ltd and Nestlé, a huge endorsement in September after dropping the single.
“Get the oats, mhm / Get the Supligen, mhm hm / Get the nuts, mhm / Get the nutmeg, mhm hm / Blend it up, mhm / Turn it a your head, mhm hm / Get a gyal and just go get your children,” Kartel deejayed on the viral track, a move which is currently benefitting Corporate Jamaica.
Many Dancehall fans voiced their opinions that the companies should pay the incarcerated deejay for supposedly boosting their sales.
This is not the first Vybz Kartel has reportedly influenced sales in Jamaica. In 2009, his hit single “Clarks” featuring Popcaan and Vanessa Bling, increased the sales of the British-based international shoe company.
Vybz Kartel is popularly known as Jamaica’s most influential artist, a title which saw him launching his own line of products including Street Vybz Rum and Daggering condoms.