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His pioneer appearance on Bad Bars Dancehall Cypher #1 was a prove he wears a top gangster-mean tag, but his return to the project for its #2 voicing left a repeat proof that his horrific passa passa central gut has spread out to its very relative height and depth extremes: super horror ends. MadRas is naturally a venomous badness lyricist, in deed.
MadRas is undoubtedly one of Ghana’s young generation tough-set dancehall brands and also a cleanly promising talent that will make the country hopeful of a win or a draw in a lyrical clash with a Jamaican opponent. The brother never disappoints when it gets to work, he does a good-enough best on every riddim to keep his works safe from spiteful critics.
Get your Bad Bars Dancehall Cypher #2 download and listen to the lyrical damage MadRas drilled into the project’s riddim.
On Bad Bars Dancehall Cypher #2, Madras shares appearance with J Willies, Kurtis Yardie, Paul Stifler, ML Vybz, Konkarah and Aligata and Ikie Stylish (his cousin).
The Bad Bars Dancehall Cypher # riddim was produced by Bobby Gentle.
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