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(Chorus – Junior Reid) First degree murda Beg dem nuh push it further This a nuh beef weh make burga The youths dem strapped with dem burner (Verse 1 – Lil Wayne) Real ni**as say soo woo and such and such kill such and such The street talking, bulls**t walks on crutches but it’s strut to strut Ni**as panic button pressing the end is coming Count your blessings We living in the day and time where the ten commandments are now suggestions How depressing, how invested click clack, pow intestines Bad bi**hes in flower dresses with tight pussies I found the crevice AK bullets move mountains Break them bi**hes down to pebbles That tough talk is like music to my ears so keep it a capella Based on a true story we not worry you too worried I faced my fears and told them motherfuckers y’all too gorgeous Dread head from New Orleans Where the youth dem got two choices Shoot or get shot or a ni**a choose for you We murdered them (Repeat Chorus 2X) (Verse 2 – Cory Gunz) Yo, Tune point and I’m dusting ni**as I ain’t talking lacing no marijuana Soon as I hatch I reign like a quail And I don’t give 2 f**ks I ain’t a koala My uncle gangsta but I make him nervous All he see in my face is murda Waste a burna is my waste a furnace I’m pacing turners your face the thermos First birthday wish was getting picked up Shoot a ni**a wake up on the wake up Lay down and a model bi**h ache up Then I put pearls in a bi**h like Jacob Play tough taped off of this day pub Race off like some motherf**king make up Take off looking for something to take up Want the paper? Or you want in the paper? Not horoscopes but in the horror scope Pray to God you see tomorrow, nope They gave my ni**a 30 for a jar of dope But do a ni**a dirty with a bar of soap Blowing so much you sneezing dick Believe in me I don’t believe in s**t Y’all pinching pennies? I’m squeezing drip It’s Young Money till I’m in the freezer stiff Bi**h (Repeat Chorus) (Verse 3 – Capo) It’s all about the money ni**a f**k the fame Where we come from shots ring ni**a broad day Lil woadie said he had the chance he do the shit again Pop the pills for the pain but still won’t feel a thing It’s deeper than this rapper man the back soaking gang Cartier frames got them looking at me strange Why pre mostly heard in the rally same? Lowkey can still get a brick off my name Now I’mma tell you this here for my younging and them The same ones I help the corners with do numbers with If there ever was a problem watch them pull up quick Caught an L sticking to the script you know I switched We now switch (Repeat Chorus)

Self-proclaimed King of the Dancehall, Beenie Man, closed the International Night 2 at Reggae Sumfest with a masterful performance at the Catherine Hall venue. 

Police said the individuals were held during a series of operations, which were part of the Police High Command's aggressive campaign to clamp down on criminal elements wreaking havoc across the island. Three firearms were also seized during the operations. 

British-born dancehall recording artiste TheOutcome is ecstatic that the video for his Instagram-themed video,'Love Fi Party', has generated more than 34,000 views in only one week.

Christopher Taylor delivered Jamaica’s first gold medal of the 9th IAAF World Youth Championships at the Pascual Guerrero Stadium in Cali, Colombia, when he lowered his own 24-hour-old Jamaican Youth Best 400m record to 45.27 seconds.

Jealousy is still real. Dancehall artiste Moshan is celebrating his fifth week at number one on FIWI Choice Top ten countdown chart with 'Jealous' on the Money Mi a Look riddim. But it has been a tough week as a case of jealousy turned deadly in the United States earlier this week.  A woman was abducted by her husband's mistress in suburban Atlanta and then shot in what authorities called a murder-suicide after a freeway pursuit into Alabama earlier this week. 

Will Popcaan be able to obtain a US visa now that the law has been changed with regards to possession of small amounts of gangja? Previously, the deejay had found it challenging to get a visa given that he could not get an expungement of his criminal record years ago on a minor weed charge. 

Dancehall fans are bracing for an adrenaline-filled event called Rumbar Aquaholic, which will hit the Great Bay Beach in St Elizabeth on July 26.

Gully Bop injected humour and fun during a sensational set that wowed patrons at Dancehall Night at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre. It was his first performance on Reggae Sumfest. He earned forwards for songs like 'Dem no Bad like Me', 'Wuck offa Me' and had the patrons laughing with his witty freestyling deejay style.

Dexta Daps delivered an outstanding set during his debut Sumfest performance. He sustained an electric sexual connection with his female fans with songs like ‘Morning Love’, ‘Jealous Ova’, ‘Miss You Love’, and his smash hit ‘7 Eleven’.