Police & Badboy is an audio Jamaican action movie packed into a song. The lyrical content is not fiction, though, but an everyday reality for many in Jamaica. Rising star Eesah gets straight to the point singing “Seh when you hear gunshot, is another man down. And when you hear the Don chat, just know ah him run the town”, alongside the lyrical anomaly Kabaka Pyramid starting with fierce lyrics like “Inna di, murda Capitol, dem nuh murda fi capital”, the song is a reggae classic in the works.
Label: King I-Vier Music, Loud City Music
Relase Date : March 26th, 2021
Produit par King I-Vier, Loud City Music
Over the years King I-Vier has backed great artists including Damian Marley, J-Boog, Chuck Fender and has opened for a number of artists such as Jimmy Cliff, Toots and The Maytals, Steel Pulse, Barrington Levy, Sizzla and Buju Banton, just to name a few.
King I-Vier is a resident DJ at Bless Up (SF), running 10 years strong. I-Vier is also a rotating DJ at many premiere parties in The Bay Area and throughout California, including Reggae Gold (SF & Oakland), King of Kings Sundays (Berkeley), Uptown Top Ranking (San Diego) and many more. To see King I-Vier and Jah Warrior’s upcoming events or to view their hefty catalog of mixtapes visit facebook.com/kingivier
In late 2012 King I-Vier with longtime DJ colleague Jah Yzer formed a new record label named Royal Order Music. The label gained instant momentum with it’s debut single “Selassie Souljahz” by Chronixx featuring Sizzla, Protoje & Kabaka Pyramid. Releasing great songs like Gappy Ranks “Carpenter”, Keida “Stand For Something” and Randy Valentine’s “New Narrative” project to name a few, you can expect lot’s of great music in the future.
Early 2019, King I-Vier Music was born as an independent label in addition to working with Royal Order. Contributing “big tunes” like “BLESSED” by Randy Valentine featuring Runkus & Eesah, “Glad To Be” by Jesse Royal featuring Randy Valentine, “Haile Selassie” by Perfect Giddimani, “Cold World” & “Getaway Driver” by Gappy Ranks just to name a few. Lot’s of great music from the King I-Vier Music label can be expected in the near future as well.