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March 25, 2014
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Black-er, Champiann collaborate

Champiann - Contributed

Portmore-based artiste Black-er has an uncanny knack for creating slangs and witty songs that connect with the dancehall massive.

Now, he has teamed up with US-based female dancehall artiste, Champiann, for a song called Tek A Gal Man With Respect. They released a video for the popular single recently."Black-er say that is time now for the female them that are in a relationship with a man that already have his woman to do the bunning with respect," Champiann said.

Champiann, real name Natasha Plunkett, is based in Waterbury, Connecticut, where she has built up a decent underground following because of her saucy lyrics and powerful onstage delivery. She believes that "respect is essential when it comes to cheating".

"Often times, men have more than one woman, but the argument and passa passa always start when the mate oversteps her bounds and start get in the wifey face. Tthis song will allow everybody fi hold dem lane so everybody happy," she said.

Black-er agrees with this assessment."When the girls them see we with our first lady them must just be cool an don't mek any problem. When a girl does that, she will get anything that she wants, but if she makes problems, she ends up with zero," said Black-er, who scored big with Bun Him, with Macka Diamond years ago. "Da song ya ah go improve the matey-wifey relationship, remember girls, tek a gal man with respect."


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