Teflon And Country Yard Release Their New Track Rule And Reign

Teflon aka Young King rule and reign
Teflon aka Young King rule and reign

Rastaman we rule and we reign sings Teflon in this brand new tune. Teflon aka Young King from the Jamaican parish of St. Mary urges Rastas worldwide for more consciousness about Rastafari, because “Rasta is not just the locks on your head”.

Teflon recorded this song in Hannover/Germany while being on tour in Europe. Although his visit to the Country Yard Studio was about recording a different song – Teflon fell in love with the riddim Flo played him late at night and recorded the song straight away.

Flo – owner of Country Yard Studio – recorded and produced the riddim called “Talk Nuh Bad” which is loaded with everything a rootical steppers riddim needs to roll like thunder through your speakers. “Teach Each Forever Love Over Nations” – that’s what Teflon stands for and he made his point clear once again.

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