Surpassing 600,000 views since its release, the dancehall artist expresses contentment: "The song is like a breath of fresh air in the dancehall space"
Iyara, gaining slight momentum with the single
Dancehall artist Iyara is thrilled to witness the early success of his latest track, "G.O.A.T. Get Weh," and has now unveiled the music video. Filmed in Miami, Florida, and at the popular Uptown Mondays dancehall event, the video, directed by Kingpride Productions, conveys a message of self-belief and hard work to achieve greatness.
As explained by Iyara, the concept revolves around believing in oneself, recognizing past greatness, and striving to become a "G.O.A.T. of the future." Shot in a professional green screen studio, the video creatively integrates various goat clips, accumulating over 600,000 views on YouTube since its release on January 17.
Expressing satisfaction with the song's performance, Iyara notes its rotation on local radio stations, in the dancehall scene, and at entertainment events. "The concept behind the video is to believe in yourself. Just know that you can become a G.O.A.T., acknowledge the G.O.A.T.S before you, work hard, and become a G.O.A.T. of the future," said Iyara. He adds, "The song is like a breath of fresh air in the dancehall space. Whenever the DJs play the song, it's just an energetic, fun-filled moment where everybody moves. I am grateful for the response the song is getting, and I know that it has way more to go,” reasoned Iyara.
Produced by Bellevue Entertainment in Orlando, "G.O.A.T. Get Weh" delivers a humorous celebration of ambition and perseverance. Iyara's message encourages listeners to embrace their greatness in any talent or skill they possess, with the term "goat" representing the "Greatest of All Time." "The message that I want people to take away from this song is to be the greatest of whatever talent or skill that you have. Accept your greatness. The goat means the Greatest of All Time, and I did this song to represent some great people out there. I wanted to pay homage to the real goat dem weh set some indelible mark in society," stated Iyara. The song pays homage to individuals who have left an indelible mark on society.