Here is the Kenyan song getting hot in Jamaica

A Kenyan song is finally getting massive airplay in Jamaica , Frankie Dee’s song Nare which features officially on the just released Skelewu riddim produced by Zj Sparks for Twelve 9 records is receiving massive airplay in the carribean region with Zj Sparks of Zip Fm Jamaica regularly blasting the tune which stands unique in the set since its voiced in Swahili and Jamaican Patois . The riddim also features heavyweights like Busy Signal , Spice , Charly Black , Qq , Khago , Tiana and Devin di Dakta



Mombasa won’t make me feel less mainstream Redsan Started here.


Mombasa born and raised Afro dancehall artist Frankie Dee Kenya aka DancehallBeast is a name most music lovers now know too well thanks to the big song TING GO a dancehall refix to Zigo that sent shock waves to @AyTanzania camp prompting them to block the video on YouTube .
The fast rising dancehall star has vowed to stamp his authority in the genre by dropping hits back to back despite coming from a region that is perceived to be less likely to produce stars in Kenyan music scene. Apart from Ting Go he also has a new reggae song on the Crown Love Riddim which is currently the biggest reggae riddim globally produced by Jamaican head concussion records producer RVSSIAN best known for top dancehall hits Pull up to mi bumper and Whine n Kotch . The song is titled  FISILET which is a female version of the term FISI a slung now used in place of player and is currently the number one song in the Kenyan Coast top 5 songs a chart that air’s every Tuesday on Pwani Fm . His latest release is yet another Fire tune and this time he is on a bigger platform thanks to Zj Sparks ( Zip Fm Jamaica/ Twelve 9 records) for officially giving him an opportunity to voice on one riddim with world’s biggest names in dancehall like Busy Signal, Charly Black, Spice , Khago , QQ and more an opportunity he grabbed with both hands and gave out the song NARE Swahili slang for FIRE .
“Just like REDSAN came from Mombasa and made it so will I” he said.