When again? Right now! The sultry sing-jay Marcy Chin has released yet another sizzling single to entice the ears of diehard Dancehall fans. The newest release is a cover of veteran Dancehall artiste Tiger’s 90s hit “When” with a fresh twist from Chin. The song, which was produced by Ward 21’s Kunley McCarthy possesses the raw and edgy Dancehall beat that Jamaicans know and love under the distinctive and fluid vocals of Chin. “When Again” was released on April 5, 2014 under the Wiletunes Label and is currently available on iTunes.
Marcy Chin is living proof that Dancehall is not dead. With her raw passion and undeniable talent, she is a force to be reckoned with. “Dancehall needs a facelift and I’m going to start by resurrecting the better part of the nineties”, stated Chin on why she decided to do the cover. “I’m very inspired by the core days of Dancehall and my style is deeply rooted in the eighties and nineties so I felt it was only right I paid tribute to that era with a song as simple, warm and as fun as Tiger’s.”
Other singles from the Badabadagang member include “Body Able”, “The Bounce”  and “No Time For Games”  on the infamous Dutty Fowl Riddim. Her current mixtape “Sex, Gunz and Smoke” can be heard and downloaded from SoundCloud or YouTube.


What’s New?

Fresh Like Patty Crumbz

Hot, hot, hot! Ward 21 is at it again with the release of their newest production, “Patty Crumbz Riddim”. Patty Crumbz which was released in May 2014 after three (3) months in production currently features eight (8) singles from members of the fresh yet fierce Badabadagang.

Dancehall artistes Marcy Chin, Timberlee, LOC, CK, Point O and DeeWunn have joined Ward 21 to bring this musical masterpiece to life. “We were all eating patties one day and talking about how not to get crumbs all over the place when it was being built” – the inspiration behind greatness is sometimes as simple as that.

Popular on the riddim is “No Means No” by Marcy Chin and Timberlee. The song which was written by both vocalists and Ward 21’s Kunley McCarthy is an anthem to lash out against rape and sexual harassment. When asked of her views on the topic, Chin stated “A rapist is rambunctious, s/he is a bully. This song was aimed at women, to help us to realize that in a situation such as that, we must acknowledge our right to our own bodies and we have to put up a fight.” She continued to echo the sentiments of McCarthy by saying “It also speaks to the psyche and emotions of our women who are constantly blamed for such an act. We are said to be rape baits because of what we choose to wear. I say let us dispel that. If I chose to become a nudist tomorrow, what RIGHT does a man or anyone have to have their way with me without my consent? KUFFINZ fi a rapa!”

Other songs on the riddim include “Spot The J” and “Feel Like” by Ward 21, “Gangsta” by Point O, “Jamdown Start Up” by DeeWunn featuring Marcy Chin, “Nuh Follow People” by LOC, “In The Air” by CK and “Mi Money” by Marcy Chin. The members of the Badabadagang have said that the public should expect to hear a lot more from them as they take Dancehall by storm. Stay tuned for the Patty Crumbz Mix, Badabadagang is for your entertainment!


New Tune Alert!

2014 has been a very busy year for the gang so far. If you think last year was the year of productivity and results.. Check out the amount of work slated for this year!

Here’s something we’ve started the year

The sensimilla mek mi feel like mi know Tai Chi...
The sensimilla mek mi feel like mi know Tai Chi…
with by LOC with a fitting title —> “Work Mi Ah Work”

The song is self explanatory -> Pay close attention to the lyrics and if you can relate —-> #BuyIt #KeepIt #ShareIt.

“Music doesn’t lie. If there’s something to be changed in the world, then it can only happen through music.” -J.Hendrix

Check it out! Click the Link Below. Comment and let us know what you think.


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