The 'Touchdown' deejay teams up with Producers DJ Smo, and Reid Waters to Unleash a Dancehall Revolution
Stylo G, DJ Smo, came with a new banger
The British-Jamaican dancehall maestro, Stylo G unveiled his new single titled 'The Flute' which was produced by Austrian DJ Smo, and Miami-based DJ-turned-producer Reid Waters.
As the world grapples for genuine, authentic sounds, three giants of the global dancehall scene are poised to set the world ablaze. 'The Flute' serves the essence of dancehall straight, no chaser. Drawing from late nights in Kingston to sunrise sets in London, it's a raw, unfiltered embodiment of energy. It's not just a song; it's a narrative of cultures, sounds, and talents colliding. This track doesn't just redefine the dancehall sound; it is a monumental testament to its enduring spirit. Set to premiere on renowned platforms like Hot 97FM and ZipFM.
Born Jason McDermott in Spanish Town, Saint Catherine, Jamaica, this establishes Deejay, influenced by the iconic Poison Chang, marries Caribbean rhythm with London grit. With global hits like 'Touchdown' (who also had a remix version with American-Trinidadian superstar Nicki Minaj alongside Vybz Kartel), 'Dumpling', and 'Bamm Bamm' among others, Stylo G continues to reign supreme with over a million Spotify monthly listeners, representing the evolution of dancehall with undeniable swagger.
DJ Smo, the pulse of Austria's soul who has dominated the global dancehall scene, infuses every beat with the vibrancy of Kingston City. Beyond just DJing as a part of German sound/Recording label Jugglerz, Smo's an embodiment of the dancehall movement, with collaborations boasting industry titans like Konshens and Spice. His raw, unapologetic singles, especially those created alongside Miami's Reid Waters, have consistently been the soundtrack to global anthems.
Reid Waters, the DJ-turned-producer from Miami, Florida, complements the trio with a unique blend of dancehall and modern influences. Together with DJ Smo, the duo has previously released chart-topping hits, solidifying their space in the dancehall realm.