Kranium releases a brand new EP and a brand new music video.

Kemar Donaldson, professionally known as Kranium, is a Jamaican dancehall singer, who gained international recognition for his 2013 hit single “Nobody Has To Know.” His own musical offerings and subsequent collaborations with the likes of Tory Lanez and Ty Dolla Sign have assisted in landing him a deal with Atlantic Records.

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The deejay has managed to remain consistent over the years and is now setting his sights on a fruitful 2021, with the release of his EP which features 3 previously released songs. “Toxic” and “Won’t Judge” are the newcomers to “Through The Window,” “Block Traffic,” and “Gal Policy,” off the Soul Survivor Riddim.

Melody Gad, as he dubs himself, teased the arrival of the project a couple of days before the release with a couple of Instagram posts. Atlantic Record also issued a full press release detailing the tracks and other musicians he collaborated with on this project. Kranium also posted a recording of the TV show Good Day New York on which he was featured.

“You know who else is singlish kranium .. This morning repping the culture / introducing you new ep out tomorrow #toxic,” Kranium wrote as he reiterated a comment made by one of the hosts.

The music video for “Won’t Judge” showcases the seductive suburban style that the entertainer portrays in most of his videos. The song is already trending on Youtube and available for download and streaming on all major streaming platforms. It’s clearly a pretty strategic move from Kranium to release his EP so close to Valentine’s Day.

At this point it’s safe to say the title ‘Wont Judge” will be the highlight of Valentine’s day for all Kranium supporters.

In his most recent music video upload entitled ‘Block Traffic,’ those with keen eyes would’ve noticed that he secretly dropped this gem within the single credits!

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