Reggae Star Junior Reid teases more rap collaborations with Fetty Wap, Dave East – DancehallMag
Pioneering reggae star Junior Reid is very excited about his upcoming collaborations with East Coast rappers Fetty Wap and Dave East.
the Blood The singer, who has worked on numerous Hip Hop collaborations over the years, teased the collaboration with Fetty Wap via his Instagram page this week by uploading an audio clip of the track, which is slated for release this Friday, December 17.
The track produced by Great John is a remix of the original song Milan, released in October of this year from Fetty’s latest album Butterfly Effect. In the quick audio clip, Reid’s signature tone can be heard singing these lyrics: “What would my life be like without you, nothing can stand between the two of us.” Girl, I don’t have time to waste, I wanna have sex with you in space.
Fetty Wap, real name Willie Junior Maxwell II, rose to fame in 2015 when his hit song Queen of traps reached second place on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in May of the same year.
Reid also teased a new single with his son Ju Ju Blood and New York rapper Dave East. The song, titled Freedom is a must, will benefit from video processing.
Reid previously teamed up with Dave East on a track titled Wickedness, the rapper Karma 3 mixtape in October 2020.
He is best known in Hip Hop circles for his verses on The Game’s It’s good (One Blood) in 2007, who sampled his own Dancehall anthem from 1989 Blood.
Junior Reid is also known for the remix of rapper Mims’ That’s why i’m hot, which went to No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
It was featured on a remixed version of the hit single from Alicia Keys Anybody (2007).
He also teamed up with Lil ‘Wayne in 2011 to Ghetto youth rock and Pom pom, a remake of Reid’s 1991 hit Dancehall Rappa pam pam.
Reid appeared on the remix of Smitty’s song Death in your arms which also starred Rick Ross and T-Pain in 2008.
The Wu-Tang Clan recruited Reid to A blood under W and Jah world of the group The W album released in November 2000.
Reid was among those recruited by DJ Khaled for the remix of Welcome to my neighborhood, the first single of his We the best forever album. Artists featured alongside Reid included fellow Jamaican Mavado, Busta Rhymes, Ludacris, T-Pain, Bun B, The Game, Fat Joe, Birdman, among others.
He also teamed up with Bounty Killer in 1996, for Warlord’s hit single Change like the weather, which also starred American rapper Busta Rhymes.
His most recent venture is a live music presentation called Junior Reid and The One Blood Band in Santa Cruz, California to a very supportive and enthusiastic audience, alongside a well-known Central Coast reggae / hip hop group. under the name of Dub Souljah.
He is scheduled to perform at Reggae Love Fest in February 2022 with fellow Super Cat veterans Barrington Levy, Shabba Ranks, Dawn Penn and dancehall duo Chakka Demus and Pliers.