Rvssian to collab with Nicki Minaj

November 23, 2017
Nicki Minaj

Local producer Rvssian continues to make waves on the international scene. As a result of his involvement in the Spanish-speaking trap and reggaeton genres, as well as his associations with top South American acts, the 'Jeans & Fitted' collaborator currently enjoys a space among those whose views peak in the hundreds of millions.

It was recently announced that Rvssian released Si Tu Lo Dejas, featuring Bad Bunny, Farruko, Nicky Jam and King Kosa on his HeadConcussion TV YouTube channel in October.


The following day, he released another song called Krippy Kush, with Farruko and Bad Bunny. Both songs have been markedly successful, with YouTube music video views climbing comfortably into the hundreds of millions soon after their releases.

While Si Tu Lo Dejas lingers below the 300-million mark, Krippy Kush approaches half a billion.

Rvssian has now secured two major co-signs from contemporary rap heavyweights Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage for the remix of the popular single Krippy Kush.

"Now we want to appeal to both markets. More international and the USA," Rvssian told THE STAR, adding that the music video for the remix has already been shot. Released on November 21 on Farruko's Vevo channel, the lyric video of the remix amassed half a million views within seven hours.

Recently, the producer visited the island with Billboard chart-topper Cardi B and Puerto Rican star Ozuna to shoot a music video of their dancehall-influenced song.

He told THE STAR that he plans on initiating more collaborations, but between rap heavyweights and dancehall artistes.

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