Montego-Bay, Jamaica – Upcoming Dancehall sensation from the western region of island Jamaica, Liege Wick, expounds in detail on the type of woman that sparks his interest.

The deejay joins forces with popular second city music label Rollin Dice Musiq, to create the extremely melodious yet sexually explicit banger ‘Badaz’ which was then mixed and mastered by Prince Villa.

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Liege Wick can be heard on the hook, 

“She a badaz, she know fi buss d Hannaz, zero the scope pon d rifle mek it balance … baby skin it right deh so make the shotta give you backaz, buddy stick you anuh mackaz, bend yuh like apostrophe, commas”

The single Is set for its pre-release this Christmas Eve (December 24th, 2021) via his official YouTube  (LiegeWickMusic) & Rollin Dice’s Audiomack channel. 

The release is to be packaged with various social media dance challenges, mainstream / internet airplay and other undisclosed feats, all a part of a masterfully designed digital campaign strategy.

“With each release, the label just gets better and reaches a wider audience. I want the fans to pay close attention Liege Wick in 2022, specifically a track titled “Dollaz” on the Trillium Riddim.” Stated the Rollin Dice Musiq CEO

Rollin Dice Musiq is aiming to make their mark within the music industry by accomplishing great feats in the music world through supporting, developing and enhancing upcoming artists to create top quality music.

More About Rollin Dice.

The label is more popularly known for completed projects done with WellMaxx Sparta, Dre X Sparta and Vyzadon.

Projects such as the ‘King Pigeon Riddim’ which features; Wellmax Sparta, Hagaat, Dre X Sparta, Nicheeko, Narie, Don Pree, Vyzadon and Kashmar.

Another project is the Enlighted riddim (juggling) and the Cinatas Way audio + video combination by WellMaxx Sparta. Rollin Dice Musiq is currently working on official visuals and more riddim compilations for the musical year of 2022.

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