Don’t miss out on this new song from DJ Khaled – “Where You Come From” feat. Capleton, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, and Barrington Levy.
This record takes deep roots from Kingston in Jamaica. “Where You Come From”, is the last record off DJ Khaled’s twelfth studio album akin to the Jamaican culture even as it drives home with the old generation of local Jamaican creators.
The likes of Capleton, Legendary Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, and Barrington Levey. While Khaled tends to be intentional about spreading the light of Jamaican culture to his listeners by issuing them the knowledge that comes with it doubled with experienced creators, it became an intentional cultural explore.
The title of the record “Where You Come From” taps into one’s consciousness about a place of origin as well as takes snapshots about the locality and tradition of that place. How they live, operate, and exist there.
However, the title and creators of the music also intercept and cut across the culture of Jamaican music bountifully, as much as it brings them a union deduced in one piece known as DJ Khaled’s twelfth studio album.
Although the track is on personal levels both from the creator’s experiences including their lifestyle, radicality as much it launch’s into their peculiarity as Rastafarians under the same umbrella of Jamaicans.
The chorus and interval continuity of the record was helmed by Buju Banton and Barrington Levey.
They sang by exposing us to a range of lifestyles that comes with perspectives in a way, and it sounds more like a collision.
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Verse one of the record was left in the helm of affairs by Capleton who struck both on personal levels without lacking sauce to point out his views in retrospect.
It was balanced and smoothly flows through the officiating chorus between Buju Banton and Levy whose chemistry comes in thick tons, even as the sonic waves through the music.
Bounty Killer then took hold of the second verse where he kept an x-ray about the life of an average Jamaican youth.
He already left an arching view about the popular English Premier League, where he seems to be in support of the Arsenal team as much as he became personal along the line also before the tight chorus waved through and then a bridge by The same Bounty Killer and Buju Banton ends the music.
Banton and Bounty on the bridge tend to advise listeners, they described the streets of Jamaica as being cold at times and adds that you should better bundle up even as they became lyrically emphatic about whom you should trust right on those streets.
However, there is always one thing spontaneous about reggae creators which is always about how they reveal and tell the mysteries and truth through the music they make.
Well, they are often about making listeners wake through consciousness in reality and by assisting humans to create better their lives for themselves also through the music.
Where You Come From, also sounds like a question you should answer, perhaps only to make you relate with Jamaican culture as well as it also encourages you to be open and share your culture too as Buju Banton, Capleton, Bounty Killer, and Barrington Levey has done to you right now.
Listen and share DJ Khaled – “Where You Come From” ft Capleton, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, and Barrington Levy below.