Dancehall’s newest sensation, Najeeriii teams up with fellow rising artiste, Jquan for a new single, and revealed an upcoming project with the E-Syde deejay, Skillibeng
Najeeriii, maximizing the momentum (Tejano Taylor)
Fast Rising dancehall artiste, Najeeriii is maximizing the momentum he has created recently. The 18-year-old deejay, from Portmore, burst onto the dancehall scene in recent months, has now teamed up with the Mandeville native rising talent, Jquan to release their collab titled, ‘Credits’, produced by YC studios & Outtaspace Records with the producer, Steel Chest.
Najeeriii’s fresh sound and infectious flow compliments the catchy melodies and refined voice of Jquan, with the single released with a music video shot by Wvlnth and also features a cameo appearance from renowned producer/singjay Dane Ray, who works closely with the Portmore native talent.
Najeeriii has recently become in demand for collaborations after demonstrating his talent on the ‘007’ single with Valiant; a song included in the top-notch, ‘4:14’ Diplomats mixtape. The teenager who goes by the viral nickname ‘Bob’, hinted at an upcoming collaboration with dancehall star Skillibeng with a snippet shared by the duo on their Instagram accounts.
Najeeriii has quickly become one of the most exciting and promising artistes on the dancehall scene. He recently sat with Seani B of BBC1XTRA for a conversation on his ‘This Is Bruk Out’ YouTube channel on his recent success, his controversial flow, nickname and use of the Senegal moniker as his trademark. “The Senegal flag represents my brand. We just find that, use that and build it. It’s just purely from creativity. The nickname ‘Bob’ came from a fictional movie we saw, ‘Bob the Robber’, Najeeriii added.