Based out of Balaclava, St. Elizabeth, BlakJak has always cultivated a unique sound based on the dancehall, reggae, and hip-hop sounds he grew up with. His insatiable passion and relentless drive are extremely apparent, as he pours his love for music into all of his records. He aims to bring dancehall and reggae music back to their roots as he infuses his tracks with personal experiences, intense lyricism, and bold imagery. He has always been dedicated to his craft and motivating others around him to engage in the process of getting back to the core of dancehall and reggae music of that vintage era.
His latest jam, “DeadFace,” is the definition of a blazing anthem from head to toe; this is where dancehall meets hip hop, and the result is something you don’t want to miss from your playlist.
There is heart and soul in this delivery, which has been marked by that bold authenticity and hard-hitting, intense lyricism atop the heavy dancehall and hip-hop beats. I don’t know for sure if BlakJak and Jason Melody have ever worked together before, but they exude such deep chemistry and complement each other very well.
The unique style and rhythmic flow here are a seamless blend of elements taken from rap, grime, and dancehall, reflecting BlakJak’s ties to the streets whilst also expressing his top-tier lyrical side when it comes to making anthems off of easy lines.
“DeadFace” has a complementary, high-standard music video that already has over 1K views in less than 24 hours since it was released. This masterpiece was produced by Don Cjay Beatz and has to be the anthem to get us off on the New Year in great style and fashion!
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