Heavy D is adamant that Dancehall music group, the 6ix, still has a strong hold on the local music industry.
The veteran artiste manager, recently refuted claims that the popular Montego Bay-based group which includes Squash, Chronic Law, Daddy 1 and many more had fallen off their game.
Back in 2019, the 6ix were tapped to be the next biggest thing in Dancehall as the dropped a slew of music and dominated the airwaves .
Unfortunately, the hype surrounded the group seemingly faded since the start of the year which sparked rumours of their demise as many said their glory days were over.
However according to Heavy D, the 6ix is very much still real. “Mi nuh know why people a say dem nah hear from the 6ix because di man dem still a drop a whole portion a song although nothing nah really gwaan in a music right now,” he said.
” Between Daddy 1, Chronic Law and Squash alone, the 6ix still a lead. The three a dem drop three videos one time and di three a dem trending so the 6ix is still real. A nuh joke thing di artiste dem deh pan.”
Heavy D reiterated that its impossible for the Squash-led group to fall off as they are some of the most trending acts in the local music industry right now.
“If yuh look pan the trending charts on YouTube right now, di man dem have more songs inna di top 20 dan any other artiste a Jamaica. Squash have two number one song, Chronic Law have fi him hits dem and Daddy 1 a do him thing to. A dem man deh a run YouTube right now so nothing nuh drop, nothing nuh stop. The 6ix is still real,” he continued.
“A dem man yah a di future of music innu. Di man dem have so much bad song, 2021 nah go normal. Di man dem a record every day, a do video every day and everything dem put out, hit,” said Heavy D. “Di man dem a go come out a quarantine stronger dan ever. A whole heapa thing a go gwaan when the place open up again.”