Watch: the highly anticipated remix has finally been released as the dancehall sensation teams up with the African giant
Byron Messia and Burna Boy, strong connection
It was in the air for a while and now became official with the released highly anticipated 'Talibans' Remix, which is destined for the remix of the summer title. In a border-breaking collaboration, St. Kitts-based-Jamaican born dancehall sensation Byron Messia teams up with the afrobeats superstar Burna Boy as they join forces for the remix of the colossal hit accompanied by a video shoot in Jamaica.
The remarkable remix merges the infectious melodies and lyrical prowess of Byron Messia that matches perfectly with Burna Boy's afrobeat sounds. The remarkable remix merges the infectious melodies and lyrical prowess of Byron Messia that matches perfectly with Burna Boy's afrobeat sounds. The remix version titled 'Talibans II' has already garnered over 257,000 views on YouTube within hours.
It can't be denied that 'Talibans' has become a very popular song among the elite of artistes both locally and overseas. A previous viral clip already revealed the African Giant, Burna Boy, humming the song to Dancehall fans delight worldwide. Both artistes met at the St. Kitts Music Festival and recently both artistes linked once again while the fast-rising star, Byron Messia also graced the stage at the Burna Boy's birthday celebratory event in Jamaica to perform the smash hit single, 'Talibans'.
Dancehall sensation Byron Messia is having the biggest year of his career so far with a colossal hit that has amassed over 36 million views on YouTube to date, and 14 million on Spotify, and the single is an integral part of Burna Boy's official deejay playlist while he does his warming set at huge stadiums around the world.
Byron Messia, who shares his time between Miami and California, among other places, is working to expand his musical catalog and has already shooted several music videos for songs that will be released very soon. The new remix comes after Messia looked to build off the success of ‘Talibans’ with strong records like ‘90z’ and ‘I Hate Byron’.