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Watch Dancehall artist Tosh Alexander pay home to Jamaican culture in ‘Cum Yah’

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist; Kaylah Dawkins
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist; Kaylah Dawkins


Last month, Jamaican-American artist Tosh Alexander—named after her mother’s favourite singer Peter Tosh—released a hot visual for her latest track, ‘Cum Yah’. Over the rhythmic beat by JonFX, the Brooklyn-native bad gyal celebrates her curves and cute face as a man stands nearby and tries hard to keep his composure. In the second scene, Tosh sits pretty on the water as two men row her across the body of water. Ending it by a bonfire, Tosh seeks to make it clear that she’s competitive and in control. See the Rogen “Ruption” Walker-directed video shot in Portland, Jamaica.

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