Razor B hopes for more success with latest single
After songs like 'Hot Up', 'Bruk Back' and 'Beetroot' dominated the local music scene, dancehall artiste Razor B is hoping to follow them up with 'Don't Stop It'.
Produced by Birchill Records on the 'Bad and Sexy' rhythm, it's believed the song has what it takes to become a hit.
In an interview with THE WEEKEND STAR, Razor B said he has all confidence in the track and that it is already being requested by local and international deejays.
"This is going to be a big record, the fans love it and the DJs have been requesting it internationally. My team gets social media tags from dancers and dance groups daily," he said, explaining that the latter means the songs is loved in the streets.
He believes it is only a matter of time before it becomes a mainstream hit.
Razor B said he has already shot the music video for Don't Stop It and that the visuals are scheduled for release next month.
It was directed by Cab Concepts and the choreography in the video was spearheaded by dancer Kimiko Versatile.
Don't Stop It is currently available for download on Apple iTunes.
Razor B also said he was recently awarded by the Canadian Urban Television (CUT) for his single, Happy Moment.
The song won the award for Reggae Single of the Year in Toronto, a recognition the artiste said meant much to him, but more for dancehall music.
"Dancehall music getting a big fight, so it's just a great look for reggae and dancehall in Canada," he said. "It's the first time ever a reggae-dancehall song entered into the CUT Hip-Hop Awards category in Canada. Thanks to CUT for recognising good talent, and thanks to the fans who voted for Razor B."