US based Dancehall act Deeclef drops his first single of 2021.

“Without You” comes as a Valentine’s Day gift for the fans of Deeclef and also his year breaking single for 2021.

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Deeclef sings about potentially coming home to an empty home and wholeheartedly missing your significant other and talking what you would do to have them back again.

“Wha me woulda do if me come home from work and nuh see you? Imagine a night inna me bed without you, have me inna me bed a talk to me pillow”

sings deeclef

Listen Below

Without You will be available for streaming on all Digital platforms this friday, February 19th 2021.

Deeclef also launched an attempt at Jahvinchi’s Virgin Challenge via Instagram.

See his attempt below.

Notnice on Valentine’s Day challenged all artistes to upload a freestyle of themselves dropping their best verse on his hit Virgin instrumental.

He captioned the post;

“Spit yu baddest verse pon this! Instrumental deh pon mi YouTube channel
Tag some bad artist
Just post yu video and tag mi and use to hashtag #jahvincivirginchallenge #notnicerecords

The virgin single has amassed 3M views for its official music video in the duration of a month and is apart of a 5 single compilation entitled “I Am The World Singer.”

While promoting the project in an IG Live session, Jah Vinci spoke highly of the tracks and their potential impact in these tumultuous times.

“Mi have a song fi everybody pon da EP deh. Mi have songs fi di thugs dem. Mi have songs fi di people dem weh a go through whole heap and dem just need da motivation deh.”  BasicGyallis and Eye of the Storm are among the EP’s seven tracks.

said Jah Vinchi

Stream The Ep Below.

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Romario English, known professionally as Romieikon, is a Jamaican dancehall influencer, producer, recording artist and songwriter. Beginning his career in the latter years of the 2000 decade, where he pursed being a disco-jock under the moniker 'DJRomiie' while attending Cornwall College high school in Montego-Bay St James.