Tashina Muzik is determined to fulfill all of Vybz Kartel’s fantasies in her latest music video release.

The fast-rising Dancehall Songstress, Tashina McKenzie told popular Jamaican media house that she achieved a teenage dream when she joint forces with her  dancehall idol, Vybz Kartel.

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Since it’s visual debut on August 7, 2020th Best F*ck Ever has amassed over a quarter million views (250,000+) with a special cameo appearance from the Gaza VP Sikka Rhymes.

The single was released on the JB Productions label.

“The video is blowing up all over IG, VEVO, and YouTube. My followers are going up, JB Productions is sending my career to the universe,” said Tashina.

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“Imagine, being a die-hearted Gaza fan and bussing blanks for Vybz Kartel’s bad man song and a bubble to the gal song dem since I was a teenager, so just imagine how mi feel to be able to bubble pon my own song with the Worl’ Boss himself, this is a real dream come true,” Tashina said.

The long-time Digicel Rising Star, Tashina has brought her A game to dancehall, making great advances since she first came on the scene in 2007. The female sensation in March 2020 signalled her intentions to be a force to be reckoned with when she collaborated with dancehall youngblood Intence on  ‘Confessions’

Upcoming tracks to look out for include ‘Inna the Shower’, ‘Pretty Pretty’ and ‘Independent’, all of which have been released on the JB Productions label.

“I plan to release an EP later this year which will include dancehall as well as cultural  reggae songs such as  ‘I Rise’ with a UK-based producer. I have a collaboration with Queen Ifrica, and one with Sizzla as well, so those songs will be on my EP,” she said.

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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.