A jam-packed day with Razor B
From the fitness centre, to streets, to the studio, our day with Razor B was filled with activity and excitement.
But before that, we almost lost our way. In fact, we made some wrong turns, but thankfully we found his house after several minutes of driving and reading signs.
He gave us a warm welcome into his home which was as clean as a whistle and as neat as a pin.
The fitness centre was the first thing on his itinerary and he was dressed and ready by the time we got there.
"I'm all about fitness and health. I do this every morning if I'm not running the hills. I try to get some cardio in. I do the treadmill, the bike ride, the elliptical. I think today I'm going to work on the chest, the arms and the legs," Razor B told THE STAR.
After about an hour in the gym, the Hot Up artiste was soaking wet. We made our way back to his house where he prepared his breakfast, which is his usual routine.
"Cornmeal porridge me ting deh. You know a me say fitness," he exclaimed, pointing to his abdomen which had about two of the six packs missing.
Later as he ironed his white shirt, he said, "Me haffi rate me mother. Me know how fi wash, me know how fi cook, me know how fi clean. Me do everything, but me a no maama man doe. I am just a good clean man who know how fi tek care of miself."
Seeming as he forgot he had guests, Razor B could be heard singing loudly in his shower.
Shades, knapsack, comfortable kicks and his face rag, our STAR of the Month was ready for the final activity of the day.
" I think I have a dub plate session today, that's what I'm going to take care of at the studio," he said.
"You know me listen to my music, so my music play inna me car,' he said before playing Bruk Back.
On the way, he stopped to pick up a copy of the STAR and passers-by went crazy seeing the artiste.
Upon reaching the studio, Razor B asked, "Oonu fraida bull dog?"
Inside the studio were persons like Pretty Boy Floyd and producer Picante. Razor B closed out our day with some free styling.