Jamaican artist Teejay joined the ranks of Dancehall acts with soca bangers following the release of his new collab and video, Turn Up. The Uptop Boss and Trinidad’s Watermelon Gyal Nailah Blackman dropped off the sunny, island-tinged clip on the weekend. Press play above.
“It’s always “Fiah” when Trinis and Jamaicans link up,” they both shared on their IG accounts. Turn Up is part of the groovy Candy Shack Riddim produced by Stadic and Jonny Blaze, which also features Kemar Highcon, Konshens, and Mr. Lexx.
Shot between Jamaica and Trinidad, the visuals play into the song’s party vibe with lots of wining and flag waving as TeeJay toasts to Caribbean ladies. “She seh she come from Trinidad town/ An when she walk her bumper roun’/ yuh tun up like Stone Love sound,” the On & On deejay starts off.
“She seh she come from St. Kitts/ she woulda love have ten kids/ Have a next gyal ah seh she bad/ Weh she come, she seh Belizean,” he sings on the bouncy rhythm.
TeeJay and a team of hot dancers represent JA well, as Nailah and her crew dance up a storm on the beach.
Fans are here for the whole thing: Teejay dancing, Nailah’s looks and the artful show on this Caribbean link up. “Yass I luv wen yard meet lime
The Uptop Boss has buckled down in album mode since the start of 2021, gearing up to showcase his many sides. So far, he’s been gassing his 800K Instagram fans, dropping hints on the title as well as possible assists such as Gyptian.
He’s also been teasing the upful new song Pressure featuring the Worl’ Boss Vybz Kartel, that fans can look out for along with a solemn visual treatment on March 3.