Kaadinal Fyah disses Foota Hype


December 30, 2016
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Dancehall artiste Kaadinal Fyah delivers potshots and several dis verses aimed at dancehall selector Foota Hype and his protege Fully Bad on his latest recording 'Abrupt Downfall'.

The song is featured on the 'Dancehall Bully' rhythm.

A line from the song says "Come a follow Foota Swipe and a get hype. But you shouldn't't link gal clown fi advice".

Another line "Look how much links Foota Hype have inna di damn ting and you still caan find a radio song spin", criticises Fully Bad's lack of a radio hit.

Kaadinal Fyah explained the rationale for the song.

"The reason I decided to do the song is to prove the point that most artistes today don't care about clashing. All dem interested in is to try get hype off a bigger artiste career and that is one big reason why stage clashing is dead and dancehall's biggest stage show, Sting, is dead," he said.

He suggested that if Masicka didn't have a buzz, Foota Hype wouldn't be interested in his artiste dissing him.

"If Foota Hype's artiste was bigger than Masicka, Foota wouldn't encourage his artiste to respond to Masicka," Kaadinal said. "So I notice there is no genuine love for clashing in dancehall currently and mi a try change dat."

The song was uploaded to YouTube on December 16, and has racked up more than 15,000 views.

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