The dancehall sensation & the American Rapper are about to release another major single, while a snippet video has already been posted on Meek Mill's YouTube channel
Byron Messia and Meek Mill
On the way to another massive collab. The rising dancehall star, Byron Messia continues to gain increasing popularity among elite artists and it pays off for another major single.
The 'Talibans' deejay was seen in a viral clip while voicing his part in an upcoming collaboration with American rapper, Meek Mill. The 36-Years-Old Philadelphia native even shared it on his YouTube account which includes up to 5 million followers.
Both artistes were recently spotted in New York after a Facetime conversation they had in recent months was already revealed, which apparently gave birth to this highly-anticipated collaboration.
Byrons Messia's colossal hit single 'Talibans', has already led to a major collaboration with the Afrobeat superstar, Burna Boy, with the title 'Talibans II', however, he recently shot a music video in Jamaica with R&B superstar Chris Brown for what seems as another remix version for the smash hit. A leaked part from the remix starring by 'Breezy' himself even became viral across social platforms.
Talibans II', made Byron Messia officially a Billboard Hot 100-charting hitmaker as it debuted on the August 5th dated chart at No. 99. The single has already amassed 11 million views on YouTube with the original single viewed over 48 million times on the platform.
This is undoubtedly the breakthrough year for the Jamaican bor-St. Kitts-based dancehall sensation who spends most of his time around top-notch artistes.