Byron Messia Offloads his new single 'Mad Dawgs'; teases 'Mercy' Video With Fridayy
After making controversial headlines, the dancehall sensation has released a new single which was recorded with Meek Mill in New York and teased another project
Byron Messia, Trying to convert the negative attention (Photo: Shutterimager)
Kittian Dancehall sensation, Byron Messiah made controversial headlines this week following his claim to have the biggest dancehall single since 2005, but now he is trying to captivate the audience with the release of his new track 'Mad Dawgs'.
Recently, Messia spent some studio time in New York with American rapper, Meek Mill to deliver his new track which is a blend of dancehall and rap fusion.
This single is not the only one that Messia is trying to deflect negative attention with, while he teased the music visuals for his upcoming collaboration with the R&B singer Fridayy titled 'Mercy'.
The Jamaican-born Saint Kitts-based deejay is expected to tighten his musical catalog in a new international remix to his colossal hit single 'Talibans', with R&B superstar Chris Brown followed by his massive remix to the song with the African Giant, Burna Boy. The music video was already shot in Jamaica and is expected to hit the airwaves soon.
Emerging as a rising sensation in the world of dancehall this year with his smash hit single, Byron Messia has undoubtedly become popular in the world of music space as he often surrounds himself in the company of elite artists. Now he will try to convert the negative attention with new pieces.