Are Flexxx and Miss Ting the next dancehall power couple?
The duo, which have been together for three years and have a one-year-old son, recently released their latest collab single titled Bounce and Study.
According to Flexxx, the single encourages schoolers to stay in school.
"The song Bounce and Study is on the Mattrass rhythm which was produced by Markus records. Bounce and Study is the edit version and its basically telling females fi stay in school and study dem book. Don't put man in front of education," Flexxx said.
Flexxx, who is signed to Hapilos Entertainment and who is also associated with Fagan Fraternity, says Miss Ting, although not officially signed to Fagan Fraternity, can be described as the 'First Lady'.
"She a like me wife, so basically she is the first lady of Fagan Fraternity. She a do her own ting still, but is like she a me wife," he said.
The deejay said that this is not his first collaboration with Miss Ting, but this one appears to be getting heavy rotation and is gaining momentum daily. He also stated that working with Miss Ting has been good.
"She's all in one, she's perfect. She sings, she deejays, she's got it all. At times she can be stubborn, but we understand each other," he said.
This sentiment was echoed by Miss Ting, who stated that she finds it easy to work with her beau.
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"It's okay, it's normal. Outside of an intimate relationship, we are also friends so we understand each other" .
When pressed on whether marriage and more kids was on their agenda, Miss Ting told a reporter an emphatic 'NO'. "Marriage is not something we rushing into at this point, we both have to set certain things in life first. Kids are out of it though, I have two kids and my last son is the sixth child for Flexxx. I don't know if him a go get outside kids but this is where it stops for now," she said.
In the meantime, both artistes are working on new singles. Miss Ting says fans can look out for her new songDem A Nuh Nobody, and can also look out for the video for their song Bounce and Study.