Both Jamaican dancehall artistes gave their set at the Hip Hop Forever event in New York alongside elite stars such as French Montana, Coi Leray, Diddy and more
Big Apple, Big Vibes (Photo: Sean Paul/IG)
The dancehall star, Teejay continues to record success after sharing the Madison Square Garden's stage in New York alongside Elite Artistes.
Teejay was personally invited by the Jamaican/American DJ, rapper, record producer, and host on New York City's Hot 97 radio station Funk Flex to perform on his set for the Hip Hop Forever event and as usual gave his usual repertoire with his smash hit single 'Drift', making the full venue sing it word by word.
Teejay shared those moments with a post on his Instagram account alongside the rising American rapper Coi Leray, Moroccan-American rapper, French Montana, and other top-notch stars.
When Drift is creating waves in New York, making the number 1 in Shazam searches in this area, there is no doubt that the popularity of Mobay's son is increasing. this is after earlier this year, he inked a deal with the American label, Warner Music.
Currently working on the final stages of his debut project "I Am Chippy", which is set to be released later this year including intriguing collaborations including one with Skillibeng as he already revealed.
Who is no stranger to these stages, is the international dancehall superstar, Sean Paul, who also took part in the event.