The best thing about UK bashment heads back home for the first time since departing in, like, the early 2000s for the video soundtracked by his latest single "Move Back". This moombahton-y, Answer-riddim sampling, carnival-ready single is a peak of the commercial party type song to me. Expect this as a response to "Got any bashment, mate?" questions in commercial/West End clubs after Serani "No Games", Gyptian "Hold You" and Vybz Kartel & Spice "Ramping Shop".
Directed by leading Jamaican director Ras Kassa, the visuals are basically a tribute to the 90s dancehall fashion. Bit like Watch Out Fi Dis… Hold tight Toddla T on the cameo.
Big up Ill Blu on the production. They were wicked in UK Funky times.
The Friction d&b remix is playlisted on Radio 1 at the moment.
Same video with a different version. Genius.
Check out what happened when Stylo G plays it on Jamaican radio and gets the seal of approval from the self-proclaimed "King of the Dancehall" Beenie Man. Jamaican people have such a vibes.