After the release of "Funeral Program" what was dubbed Squash the 6ix Boss worst track in the lyrical feud by fans, Alkaline struck while the flame was hot with his Most Wanted track. Friday the 13th of September got two new releases from Squash "ONE SHOT" which racked up approximately 40,000 views within the first hour & "PITCH BLACK" with 75000 in 6 hours.
In One shot Squash responds to several allegations from Alkaline's tracks while sending a few shots of his own. Fans of both artist and the Dancehall fraternity are all on their heels to see where this leads.
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Only 24 hours after Squash 6ix Boss released his diss track "Funeral Program" Alkaline has responded with his own track titled "Most Wanted". The lyrical battle has been getting more heated as both artist has been injecting deep personal jabs. In This track Alkaline states that his badness is modern and the Squash entire family will get it. From the fans point of view it's all fun and entertainment until in get physical, let us all hope it doesn't get to that point. Listen Aklaline's respond below.
As the lyrical battle between Squash and Alkaline heats up fans react to each song both artist release to the public. Squash the 6ix Boss latest release "Funeral Program" and reply to Alkaline's "Death Announcement"has been hit with mixed reviews but mostly on the negative end. Several squash fan has voiced their disappointment on the track empowering the Alkaline fan to add gas to the already burning flame.
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Renowned psychologist Dr Leachim Semaj believes that although Jamaica popular music has long been nurtured by feuds, things can get out of hand if the artistes don't step in.
"The history of the music is always one against another from the days of Derrick Morgan and Prince Buster, then Super Cat and Ninja Man ... to the very popular clash between Gully (Mavado) and Gaza (Vybz Kartel), that took dancehall feuds to a special level because it was anchored on communities," he said.
Alkaline is the latest dancehall artiste who has had his visa revoked. He joins fellow deejays who has had their visas revoked Beenie Man, Mavado and Bounty Killer.
It is reported that the move was made by the US immigration after he released a politically motivated track titled Save Yourself in which he addressed Jamaica and Caribbean nations, saying “You can’t change my pride,you can’t take my power.”
Alkaline has since dismissed the act as a joke; however the United States Embassy in Kingston did not share his humour as his visa was subsequently revoked on May 13.
Alkaline is currently busy on his 2016 quest for Dancehall dominance, the Vendetta clan leader recently teamed up with the Gully Gad Mavado for a video shoot.
The two Dancehall stars are currently shooting a video medley for their singles on DJ Sunshine’s Yellow Moon Records “Fire Starta Riddim” Mavado who is back in Jamaica after a 2-year hiatus recorded Funeral Bell, while Alkaline released his hit single “Champion Boy,” a Vybz Kartel and Usain Bolt diss track on the juggling.
Alkaline gives his views on his song firing shots at bounty killa, does he have a point or is he just making excuses. Listen below, leave your comments.
It seems Alkaline has no limits to who he fires shots at. Fans of dancehall music have heard subliminal messages being sent to the imprisioned World Boss Vybz Kartel. This time in a preview release of a song titled "Anywhere We Go" Alkaline is going even harder and sings about having sex with women that men have no idea about and then further goes on to labeling Bounty Killa and Foota Hype in some disrespecting choice of word. Listen to the preview below and comment with your views.
Recently dancehall artists Tommy Lee Sparta and Alkaline performed in Suriname both giving spectacular performances. See Video below for Highlights
Dancehall artist Alkaline is now in possession of his US Visa and will be making full use of it. He will be heading of to New York for a show with Mavado.
He stated that will continue with his game plan and with this new market push even harder.
According to sources, dancehall artiste Alkaline was beaten in Montego Bay after the artiste disrespected an older recording artiste who was slated to perform before him. Allegations are that Alkaline was given his down payment by the promoter, but became boisterous when the older artiste stayed on stage too long and decided he was going to leave.
A group of men is alleged to have approached Alkaline trapping him in the middle, then giving him several blows.