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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

Byron Messia, Rvssian shoots video for upcoming collaboration

The producer/artiste seizes the opportunity to team up with the rising dancehall star for a new single. Footage from the set seen across the social media platforms

Byron Messia, another mainstream single? (Jon Walerston)

Heavyweight producer/dancehall artiste, Rvssian shows no signs of slowing down. After several previous collaborations with some of the top acts in Dancehall, he has now teamed up with the rising sensation, Byron Messia, for a new collaboration with both spotted shooting a new music video in Miami for another colossal song. Videos from the shoot have already become viral across the social platforms.

Byron Messia, who recently rose to fame, based in Miami and Rvssian, who is based in the Western coast of California, shot the visuals at a spot in Florida by leading video directors, Shane Creative (Wikid Media) and Ruppi (Ruption Design), now under the emerging label, ‘Now Or Never’.

For Byron Messiah, this is potentially another mainstream single since his breakthrough hit. Just recently the R&B star, Chris Brown shared a potential remix of this major hit, ‘Talibans’, while he was also spotted alongside the African Giant, Burna Boy, which spawned rumors of another potential remix for the single.

The Jamaican-born, Kitian Dancehall artiste, has amassed over 71.5 million views on his YouTube channel, with most of the streams belonging to Talibans, already with over 32 million views. According to the Songstats application, he has 1.47 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Since the beginning of the year, Rvssian has released some major songs in the dancehall space. The single 'Tic Tac Toe' featuring Tommy Lee Sparta and dancehall current frontrunner, Valiant, generated 6.8 million views on Youtube to date, followed by 'Sixteen' with dancehall heavyweight Vybz Kartel & America Rapper, Trippie Redd which garnered 2.3 million views on the same platform.

One of his most successful singles recently was the summer song, 'Turn Me On' featuring the dancehall female star, Jada Kingdom and rising talent, The 9ine (formerly Ninecea) which racked up 4.7 million views on Youtube with millions of listeners across the various streaming platforms. His latest production was with dancehall artiste Kemar Highcon for the single, 'Grand Theft Auto' along with Teejay, immediately after the artiste was freed from his recent controversial arrest in the USA.


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