With the lyrics to ‘Dem Gyal Yah Wicked’ still on rotation across multimedia, Nvasion has released yet another banger dubbed ‘Money Call’.
The single produced by Estate Entertainment has landed on a Dancehall Official-titled playlist on Spotify alongside the likes of Alkaline’s Total Murda, Dexta Daps’ Call Me If, Kranium’s Through The Window, and Busy Signal’s Stay So, to name a few.
Nvasion has released the visuals for the single and has started his promotions. Money Call speaks to poverty and the willpower to rise above adversity and create change.
The 24-year-old artiste has since received underground and mainstream airplay locally and internationally.
The single is a hot one and showcases the artiste’s lyrical prowess. According to Nvasion, ‘this song acts as a motivation for both genders who are facing financial difficulties, especially in these uncertain times.’
‘We must self-motivate…’ he continues, ‘…rise, and change our mindset towards life without playing the victim role. We can change our situation.’
Money Call has received a great reception from fans in Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and, the United Kingdom.
‘When people hear the song’, he says ‘they love and appreciate the composition and the play on words.’
‘Many find it relatable and believe, like me, that it has great potential to dominate.’
The artiste who reigns from West Kingston has been picking up steam since his appearance on BBC1xtra.
Seani B praises Nvasion saying, I stay connected with most young artiste I’ve worked with whilst in Jamaica but I have a different vibe with Nvasion he is humble and respects the industry, I look forward to his lasting successes’.
Nvasion is currently working with Pantason, Armzhouse Records, TipGod Music, Droptop Records, Don Michael, and his management team The Estate Entertainment.