Rippa Jackson tackles crime in old-school song

December 16, 2016
Rippa Jackson


New York-based artiste Rippa Jackson showed his old-school craft on his latest track, Police And Bad Bwoy.

The track, which was produced by Real Betta Life Productions, touches on the high level of crime and violence currently affecting the country.

Jackson said that "the song is based on the killings that are taking place all over the world, in the Caribbean and Jamaica. It's an anti-crime song 'cause I'm a non-violent person."

Also featured on the track is New York-based female artiste Empress Zana, who stepped out to stir up emotions during her brief stay on the tune.

There is no official date for the release of the song. However, according to Real Betta Life, the song will be distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital Distribution.

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