Savage hits number one in Trinidad
Dutty Fridaze recording artiste Savage will leave the island this week for a show in Trinidad. His hit single, 'Culu Culu', has soared to number one on the major dancehall chart in the island.
The single has also hit the FIWI Choice top 10 charts, which airs on TVJ, and the Street Mix top ten charts, which airs on CVM.
"Right now, Culu Culu is one of the hottest tunes in Trinidad, especially like how Carnival done. It is playing on all the major stations that play dancehall in Trinidad, like Red 96.7 FM. It is one of the freshest songs on the market. Everybody know the song," Savage said.
The Culu Culu song has become a fixture on FM radio in recent weeks, leading out the dancehall rhythm of the same name. The rhythm is produced by Cornelius Daley and Dutty Fridaze Promotion. The rhythm also features dancehall acts such as Macka Diamond, Devin di Dakta, Delly Ranks, Mr G, Bravo and Razor B.
In the meantime, the Culu Culu video has recorded more than 170,000 views on YouTube in only four months and is arguably the deejay's biggest hit song, enjoying regular spins at most major dances in the Corporate Area.
"Big up to the selectors who ah give my songs ah big strength in the street dances all over Jamaica," he said.
While he is making a mark with club songs, Savage has also been making songs for the streets with diss songs such as Action Bwoy and Score, targeting rival deejay Alkaline.
"The songs, especially, Action Bwoy, a gwaan bad overseas. Nuff selectors ah request dubs and dem ting de. The career a gwaan good. Mi do a song with all Spragga Benz, which will be released soon, so the ting up," a confident Savage said.