Afrojunkie—anonymous musical effort—share Dancehall track ‘Operator Riddim’: Listen

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Taking tunes from classic Dancehall records (‘Deport Them’ by Sean Paul, Mr Vegas’ 1998 ‘Heads High’) for inspiration, Afrojunkie shares a new track called ‘Operator Riddim’. Leaving little to the imagination, the emcee sings or deejays about an African girl who drives him crazy. The song is a result of his vivid fantasy. Who or what is Afrojunkie? Kind of like the now-defunct Daft-Punk, it is an “anonymous Afrocentric brand that produces and promotes African art, style and music.” If you are into Dancehall with raw, explicit lyrics, listen to the track below featuring Yung L.

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