The enigmatic Jamaican singjay Kranium is back to teach us more about his gyalis policies.

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The self proclaimed ‘Melody Gad’ is eager to school his pupil once again about the do’s and don’ts of relationships through his ‘Gal Policy’ class.

The prolific singer has been sending cryptic messages in his regular jamaican fashion; dropping tweets which speaks volumes to infidelity, domestic disputes and all forms of issues relating to entanglements.

See tweets below.

Kranium has since released the official artwork and announced the news of a pending Gal Policy music video and a part two – which we now know is titled Through the Window (2) and forecasts a surprise release ANY DAY NOW.

See the official artwork below.

The single will reportedly be distributed by his home label Frequent Flyers of New York City, which also home to popular female Dancehall icon Tifa.

‘Gal Policy’ has clock over thirteen million (13M) views on his Youtube channel within an impressive 6 months and fourteen million (14M) cumulatively if we’re considering the remix with Tiwa Savage.

The single is apart of the Soul Survivor musical compilation, which also features Dancehall heavy hitters Alkaline & Mavado, produced by Jahvy of Tru Ambassador Music production house.

The overly-provocative single sees Kranium singing about having several partners in check who wouldn’t dare to ‘violate’ his wife at home.

“Hey, no gyal me f*ck cyan start no drama, Me mek mi gyal beat dat pon ah corner” sings a very passionate yet stern Kranium.

Stream below

While still basking in the success of the single, Kranium decided to join forces with African heavyweight Tiwa Savage for her take on the Gal Policy.

“Baby boy you know the policy, after 9Pm you better be home with me” Tiwa sings with sheer melody and conviction.

Check out the “Gal Policyremix 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.