The fireman Capleton, Bobby Tenna and Fantan Mojah have released what is sure to be a hit for the summer. The song is called “Bruck Rock Stone” and speaks of the tough life in the ghettos across the world and also the toughness of ghetto people to survive despite the traps that the system sets for them.
The song is produced by Bobby Tenna and will be a part of his upcoming album.
“Nothin nah gwaan, but mi still nah leggo. No it rough inna di ghetto,” Tenna sings and his beautiful vocals are supported with some fiery lyrics from Capleton and Mojah.
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“You better open a gate for the youths, it you want to stop the killing and loot,” Mojah warns the politicians. Capleton who seldom misses on his songs whether he is doing a solo or collaboration also spit some fire lyrics on the track. “Inna the ghetto wi nuh inna snitching, loyal from wi born and win uh inna switching,” chants the prophet.
Bobby Tenna hails from St. James, Jamaica in a district called Orange, which is a few miles on the outskirt of Montego Bay.