Well known Dancehall fanatic, Young M.A has once against publicly displayed her respect to Dancehall in latest viral visual
The Brooklyn rap star hopped on fellow New York affiliate CJ’s smash hit Whoopty instrumental gave Vybz Kartel an admirable shoutout.
The lyric in discussion is when Young M.A Rapped,
“I’m in Jamaica, speaking that patois. Big up to the Gaza, B.I.P to my blood That Nigga Fly high, Throw them b’s up up Sky High, My homie a shotta ! Blacka! blacka! black!”sings Young Ma
In prompt fashion, the incarcerated Dancehall artist’s verified Instagram account, responded with a re-upload of the now viral freestyle in an unbothered manner and also sang praises to the “Ouuuu’ creator.
The post has amassed over 200,000 plays on kartel’s instagram page within 24 hours.
Watch ooouuuviie below.
Young M.A, 28, went quadruple platinum with her hit single Ooouuu in 2016 which Kartel sampled in his 2017 song Don’t Come Back. The New York-based singer remains independent despite the success and released her first studio album, Herstory in the Making in 2019. Her seven-track EP, Red Flu followed in May 2020.