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Marleys Ghetto Youth International Label Releases New Frisco Kid Track

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"When the Marleys call, you get a nostalgic feeling, at least I did " said Frisco Kid one of few Dancehall/Reggae artistes who've lasted over a decade that remains relevant in the reggae/dancehall music industry.  "But it's the young Marleys and they love Dancehall and their Jamaican culture" a point which was clearly stated where the riddim is concern.  Frisco Kid recorded a new track called "How Mi Bad So" that was recently released on the Marleys, Ghetto Youths International label.  "How Mi Bad So' is a Dancehall track on which Frisco Kid answers his own question with a punchline that sings, Mi no know, mi no know, mi no know..... Now the riddim for this track is interesting, it was named after one of Jamaicans most colourful curse word 'Bloodclaat.'  The word is used in several context depending on the mood of the user.  If used even in a friendly conversation among the elite it can be vulgar and outright rude.  When used among friends it can be hilarious but if used in a heated argument by an angry Jamaican, pierces the heart, mind and soul like a bullet from a gun, it's intense! The latter would best suit the riddim's concept that other artistes such as Wayne Marshall, Agent Sasco and Aidonia have recorded but while we are not sure, Frisco Kid had this to say,  "We bad in a good wayit's just music."  Well for us, this 'Bloodclaat riddim' is bad, like, fully bad! LOL.

Over the last few weeks/months Frisco Kid has been hard at work in the studio, now the producers are releasing the tracks and a momentum is building once again for his career. These tracks include the popular Gal Worl song produced by Seanizzle on the Brain Storm riddim, Shella Shella produced by Lock City/Truck Back Records, Mi Glass produced by Mr. Shellings Production, Number One Girl ft Steven 'Di Genius' McGregor on his Guitar String riddim as well as Mad World on the Mad World riddim also produced by Di Genius. 
Fans of Frisco Kid's music can look out for productions off his own labels, Ancient Monarchy Music and Shell Republick Productions and keep abreast with new projects and daily routines by following Frisco Kid on Facebook @friscomonarchy7 and twitter @friscomusic.

By: Sophia McKay