Kranium says most dancehall performers only ‘shout’ unity when they fall – DancehallMag


New York-based Dancehall artist Kranium says he has noticed that most fellowship members who call for unity only do so when they fall.

A seemingly irritated Kranium tweeted on Thursday (January 6): “Dancehall is a genre that I really love for my soul !!! But one thing I notice is that most performers scream for unity when they fall. “

“Unu diss djs, don’t show up for interviews, we promote music, guns, sex, but everything we learn is from unu..unu shut up the fucking dude,” he said. -he adds.

Over the past year, Spice, Queen Ifrica, Beenie Man and Mr. Vegas have called for unity within Dancehall.

Konshens and Charly Black’s recent show of unity in Kenya was celebrated by many members of the fraternity, including Spice, who noted that it was “the way dancehall is meant to be”.

Meanwhile, Wednesday the Nobody has to know The singer recalled approaching an anonymous artist to work with him on We Can, before the song was finally handed over to rapper Tory Lanez.

“Going through my email and it’s crazy how the artist I wanted on (We Can) who didn’t even have success but didn’t care to try a verse lol I remember calling @frqntflyers like it was gonna work… the stories I have having in this business is a long book. I’m a real ni-a! ”Kranium wrote.

We can, which was recently certified Gold in Canada, was released in 2017.

Kranium’s last big hit was Gal Policy on the Riddim Soul Survivor (2020). The song was later added to his EP Toxic.


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