After putting Patience to practice and honing his craft, Langi has perfected the formula for his Traphall sauce.

The U.S. based Dancehall act has rounded his Wolves (Prexx Play & Riddim Boss) and packaged as a digital release by Trudonz Entertainment, a new anthem entitled ‘Saucy Bredda‘.

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According to pop culture’s best definition of the term, Sauce is used to describe someone who has style, confidence and attraction about them. Usually someone who is well-dressed, fashionable, and has an aura about them.

The timing of the release is particularly interesting, as it comes in the depths of the frigid winter season and Langi doesn’t hold back on the ‘sauce.’ In fact, he’s far from stingy with his material, as his lyrical concoction oozes of the o-so necessary Jamaican flavor that many have yet to truly master in relation to creating this futuristic TrapHall vibe.

Traphall/Dancehall artiste Langi

“Saucy Bredda! Saucy when I touch the road bra, the way me icy, yeah, dem ask me how me cold so. Bougie bredda! Do it betta, watch my mojo, with my chedda, with my breddas we go loco !” raps Langi on the hook.

Arguably this line depicts Langi’s signature style, the ability to effortlessly tap into phrases that are easily understood by the general audience, but yet in a cool tropical manner that leaves the listener in awe, with nothing else to do than set the track on replay and continue to amazed.

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Stream Sauce Below.

Saucy Bredda Official artwork

We created “Saucy Bredda” in the heart of Manhattan, New York during the summer. We wanted to create a free spirited song that would boost people’s confidence and help usher in a more positive vibration especially in times like these. The song gives off a contagious feeling of happiness that will make anyone who listens, want to dance and show off their fresh attire.

Langi told British Linkz when asked about the single.

Riding high of his 2020 debut release Patience, Langi is confident that Saucy Bredda will break-down the necessary boundaries at be, to aid in elevating his artistry to a recognizable position, primarily within the North American market and then the world at large.

The official music video amassed approximately twenty-seven thousand views (27,000) on his official Youtube page and over 70,000 audio streams across all major platforms, including but not limited to Spotify, Apple Music and Pandora.

Watch Patience Below.

More About Langi

Dancehall artiste Langi with manager True Donz

With a one-of-a-kind sound, Langi is quickly rising on the international scene as one of Jamaica’s most promising talents.

Khalangi Gayle was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and raised in the parish of St. Catherine where he fell in love with music at an early age. As a child, he began to learn the piano, guitar, and steel-pan before he hit puberty, and at the age of fifteen he had already attained many distinctive honors pertaining to music at his school.

At sixteen-years-old, Langi would leave Jamaica to study music abroad before being admitted into the Sonic Art Program at CCNY. He would graduate in 2019 with a bachelor in Music and Audio Engineering.

Known for his exotic melodies and smooth delivery, the twenty-three-year-old artist blends reggae and dancehall with a myriad of other genres like trap, jazz, and house, to create an exquisite sonic palette never heard before.

The tone and timbre of his voice makes him stand out over any instrumentation he is accompanied by, and listeners will unmistakably know when they hear his records.

This has led Langi music to be featured on many different radio and television programs, including Jamaica’s esteemed Zip 103FM and NYC’s prominent hip-hop station, Power 105.

His music has also found its way onto established blogs like Earmilk, Bashy Magazine, Grungecake, Aipate and The Jamaica Star.

Langi, now deemed as a fan favorite to music lovers and industry heads alike, is gearing up to release his new EP “Traphall,” which features smash hits like “Patience” and “Saucy Bredda”.

Having been awarded Artist of the Year twice by the Laurelton Community, he believes that this release will propel him towards the next steps in his budding career. For Langi, music is not only a form of art, but a life journey. He invites you to come along for this journey and step into “Di Future”.

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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.