Dancehall producer and deejay Russian has released another collaborative effort between himself and Vybz Kartel, the latest effort being dubbed The Cure (Fi Bad Mind).
According to Russian, who is also the mastermind behind the hit-making Head Concussion label, the song was recorded just before Kartel's incarceration.
"People always hate on people who are successful. When you are nobody, no one really gives you the time of day. But as soon as you become successful, people have opinions on how you should live your life. I guess it's because they are envious why they criticise. It's not necessarily out of concern," Russian explained about the song's message.
Feedback to the song has been overwhelming and it is already a hot item on the radio.
This isn't the first time that Vybz Kartel has collaborated with Russian. Life Sweet was the first track Russian produced for Kartel. Since then they have teamed up on hits such as Straight Jeans and Fitted, Look Pon We andGet Gal Anywhere.
The accompanying artwork for the single, The Cure (Fi Bad Mind) is also an interesting one. Both Kartel and Russian are dressed as doctors preparing for surgery.
"The concept behind the artwork is that we have finally come up with the cure for Jamaica's number one disease. And who cures diseases? Doctors!" Russian concluded.