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  • Tommy Lee Sparta Drops Gritty Cinematic Clip “Rich Badness”

    Tommy Lee Sparta drops off a cinematic clip for “Rich Badness.”

    Dancehall fans can expect to be ‘under vibes’ all weekend long as Tommy Lee Sparta drops the eagerly awaited video for ?”Rich Badness.” ?The “?Hard Ears?” ?hitmaker left clips and clues all week, filling his fans (and comments) with anticipation and excitement including fellow artiste Gaza Slim and selector Tony Matterhorn. The video premiere was a massive success with all that momentum, and the Everton Gentles/ Heavy Films directed piece clocked 76K views overnight, with fans predicting another trending hit.

    Heavy Films has helped the ‘buddup’ king bring previous concepts for ?”Psycho”? and “B?uss A Blank?” to life, and with the feedback currently flooding in it’s not hard to see why they’re back again. His faithful following is clearly impressed with the storyline and cinematic settings the artiste chose to put his own spin on the slang.

    “Tommy Lee is undoubtedly the king of music videos, this epic!” commented one fan while another wrote, “Sparta don alone can entertain me wid him music video dem, dah video yah wicked!”

    The ?Spartan Soldier? is known for controversy and intrigue, so ordinary visuals wouldn’t do for this fan favourite. What we get is a rich movie sequence with standoffs, shoot outs, a musical score and even a hot damsel in distress for Tommy Lee to save. In between clips, he puts his money where his mouth is, flashing plenty of jewels and all the custom made perks of the rich badness lifestyle. While we’re stuck in quarantine, Tommy Lee is as chill as the ice on a “criss Rolex” or a “pinky ring”.

    We get to watch as the Flanker man does some serious stunting and find out what it takes to get into those blinging big leagues. His Instagram followers who had been hyped up all week were quick to comment their ratings and approval. “Rate d video bro g, it look like a real movie…Jah know” was among the feedback from the attentive fans who also noted the cameo by Desha Ravers. It seems that this favorable video debut just shy of June could set the tone for Tommy Lee’s summer.

    With his mysterious persona and dark, spitfire lyrics, Tommy Lee Sparta has been on a winning streak since being exonerated of criminal charges in 2019. Promising a new outlook on life and approach to his craft, Sparta’s recent tracks “?Blessing,” “Shallow Grave” ?and “?Under Vibes” ?have since become massive mainstream hits.


  • Tommy Lee Sparta Kick Off New Year With “Happy Life” Video

    Tommy Lee Sparta kicking off the new year with the premiere of his “Happy Life” video.

    The Ricardo Gowe Records-produced single was released in the summer of last year from where it grew to become an anthem. The song is featured on Tommy Lee’s compilation album “New Creature.” In the cut, the Mobay deejay wakes up in the morning surrounded by a bunch of smoking hot ladies. The cut then showcase his routine throughout the day as his ladies cater to his every need from his breakfast to his needs after a hard days work in the studio.

    Tommy Lee Sparta is currently working on his debut album due early this year. The project will be the first on his new deal with Sean Kingston’s label Time is Money Entertainment. Kingston confirmed last month that both he and Lee are dropping their respective project at the top of the new year. The reggae pop singer has been working on his “Made In Jamaica” album since last year since he moved back to his homeland. The project is due for release next month.

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  • Mavado Links With Di Genius For New Song “Red Rose”


    Mavado link with his longtime producer Di Genius for a new single dedicated to the ladies, “Red Rose.”

    Mavado is one of those rare dancehall artist that has the Midas touch because everything he released this year have been instant hits and this new single will be no different. “Man yo fi dede fi yo lady / Yo fi bring red rose fi yo girl / She love the things you do you do / No other man no fi dede fi yo girl,” Mavado sings.

    Mavado has aligned himself with Alkaline and Jahmiel, two of the leading batch of young artists in dancehall currently. The trio formed a clique called MVP, the acronym for Mavado, Vendetta, and Patriotz. The Gullyside singjay has been having a great year in dancehall, but at the same time he is allowing the younger acts to shine. He also made headlines recently for his beef with Popcaan and Tommy Lee Sparta, both artists emerged from under Vybz Kartel wing, so the hatred runs deep.

     


  • Tommy Lee Sparta Found The “Antidote” : Listen New Song


    Tommy Lee Sparta found the “Antidote” for your stress and problems.

    The Guzu Musiq deejay teams with Damage Musiq, the producer, for his new single “Antidote.” The new track comes just a few days after his social media spate with rival dancehall deejay Alkaline. “Sparta no play / Poverty run gone quickly / Stress affi run gone with it / Mi feel rich fresh plane pon the hip strip / All yo girlfriend waan come with me / Right now mi have a cure fi them / Fi tek weh yo problems,” Tommy Lee deejay.

    This month alone, Tommy Lee Sparta released four new singles and two music videos. Last weekend, he and Alkaline got into a heated exchanged on Instagram as their beef deepens. The two have been beefing since the start of the year and things seems like its just heating up.

     


  • Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta Reignites Beef On Instagram


    Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta have reignited their beef on Instagram this weekend.

    Yesterday, the “Uncle Demon” deejay posted a video on the Gram taking a subliminal at the Vendetta boss. “Weh the #VIM dem deh tag the #VIC dem deh,” he wrote. In the video clip he explains what he really means by VIM. “Yeah man a VIM, very important murder, some boy a VIC, very important coward,” he said.

    Alkaline got word of the video and jumped in the comments section to take a jab at Tommy Lee Sparta. “Vagina inna yuh mouth Vendetta in charge suck yuh mumma pree da bait ya [DJ Frass],” Alka wrote, while Lee responded, “like how them a own them name v.i.c.”

    “Who the cap fit let them wear it @manhimselff (Alkaline) you an the battywash gang leave me page plz,” Tommy Lee continues.

    Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta have been beefing since the start of the year but their feud has been mostly one sided with the Mobay deejay dropping a ton of diss tracks. The Vendetta boss, on the other hand, has only released around two songs taking subliminal shots at his rival.