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Chronic Law Drops 'Weekend' on Notnice's 'Street Vybz' Remake

The deejay released a fresh single, contributing to the ongoing trend of merging classic riddims with the dancehall new generation. he is featured in Rvssian 'Dutty Money'

Chronic Law reaps success from everywhere (Photo: Jamar Cleary)

The ongoing trend of blending old dancehall riddims persists, with Chronic Law reaping the fruits from every musical direction. On Friday, December 29th, the dancehall star officially released his single, 'Weekend (Bup Bup),' based on the iconic 'Street Vybz' riddim produced by the renowned Jamaican producer Notnice Records.

Employing his exceptional melodic prowess over the familiar and popular beat from 2009, Chronic Law swiftly ascended the ranks of Jamaica's YouTube trending charts. Fans were quick to respond, praising the seamless fusion of the old and the new. The St. Thomas native deejay is also featured in Rvssian's 'Go Go Club' remake project, although the official release of that single is still pending.

The original "Street Vybz" made its debut in 2009 during the era of the Gaza Empire, with Notnice closely collaborating with the entire group. Standout tracks from the compilation included Vybz Kartel's 'Street Vybz' and Popcaan's 'Up Inna The Club,' which remained popular dance floor hits for over a decade.

This trend of reimagining classic riddims gained momentum with the reconstruction of 'Go Go Club' by super producer Rvssian, now titled 'Dutty Money.' The track set Jamaica ablaze, featuring a mix of new-generation artists such as Rajahwild, Najeeriii, Kraff, Brysco, and more.


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