Beach Boii Teams Up With Vybz Kartel for “Too Cold” Remix


Back in April Beach Boii took his latest single to a whole new level, with a sizzling “2 Cold (Remix)” featuring Dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel. Originally dropped in January this remix produced by Reuben Isaac shows what a good collaboration can achieve.

For Beach Boii, the collaboration was quite literally, a dream come true.

“Vybz Kartel is one of my favorite artists of all time; when I first started doing music, I always dreamed of doing a song with the Worl’ Boss. We made the right music and kept it pushing then like magic, it happened,” the artiste explained about the collaboration.

The track has a ‘pop meets afro bounce’ sound, with a hint of hip hop/ rap and with the addition of Vybz Kartel, it gives listeners something fresh, versatile and uncommon from the artiste. Since its release, the track has hit the charts in several countries since its release and is garnering impressive views so far on YouTube.

Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Beach Boii grew up around Caribbean influences, with a Jamaican mother and a Vincentian father. With that, his interest in Dancehall/ Reggae peaked.

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