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April 14, 2014
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Badd Indyann's generating a buzz

Badd Indyann 'Tan Suh' - Contributed

Talented dancehall artiste Badd Indyann is generating a buzz with his single, 'Tan Suh'.

He has been pursuing a musical career since the early 2000s but appears to have finally broke through with Tan Suh, which addresses 'supernatural' causes behind recent events in Jamaica. A video was shot in Kingston, directed by JA Films and The Board.

The single has controversial lines that have been generating debate on various social media. One line goes: "Ah no every accident natural, go pree back, Holmwood always have tragedy pre dat, but if u third eye lock up and your chakras block up then u blind to the world and cyah see dat".

"The song is sparking a bit of controversy online, leaving some to speculate and question the accidents involving the Holmwood Technical students," Badd Indyann said.

According to comments posted by viewers on the Dancehalldopeboi's Youtube channel, some people are starting to believe that the accidents were as a result of supernatural causes.

"The video is currently getting a lot of online buzz with over 6,000 views in total, it was also premiered on Onstage, and it went to the number 1 position on CVM's 'The Hit-list' video countdown show earlier this month," he said.

The song has been getting some spins on radio from disc jockeys like ZJ Liquid of Zip FM, DJ Que and DJ Chop Suey of News Talk 93 FM among others. The song was produced by Steve Rowe on the Garrison Inc record label and will soon be published on iTunes and other online distribution outlets.

"It has a serious message, just pree back," Badd Indyann said.

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