Dancehall artiste Fully Bad is having the year of his career despite a general lull across all genres due to COVID19.

Dancehall’s 2020 musical year can be one best described as ‘de-motivating,’ however young Nicholas Bartley is living up to his popular catch phrase ‘Born FI Dweet‘ as by each passing month he unlocks another milestone on his journey to success.

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With 12 singles and 1 collaboration and seven accompanying music videos Fully Bad has garnered approximately 850,000 streams across all major platforms with Youtube, Spotify and Apple Music being the top contributing platforms

Did I forget to mention, he still has approximately two weeks left in the year to possibly achieve the 1M mark?

In his recording breaking visual, which is also apart of his 10-tracked Debut album entitled ‘Born Fi Dweet,’ depicts an adventurous fully travelling to the countryside in search of the woman who possesses the ‘Glue.’

Fully Bad then starts to second guess his decisions after growing weary, eventually he is then blessed with her presence and the rest is history.

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The visual accumulated a whopping 350,000 views in just 31 days, which is a huge feat for an act of his tenor in the music, not to mention without any co-signs or major label support.

Fully’s artiste style and above average ability to connect with inner cities throughout the island he has a influential stronghold over the ever-consuming Jamaican youths. Releases such as ‘Airplane Mood’, ‘Watch The Style ’, and ‘Born FI Dweet;  are just a few examples of his influential stronghold yet again.

The “Born fi Dweet” artiste who undoubtedly is a rising star on the reggae-dancehall circuit, continues to defy the odds place ahead of him as well as his musical co-workers ! Fully Bad in our honest opinion is one to be on your radar for Dancehall music in 2021.

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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.