Jamaican dancehall star Konshens has teamed up with Ugandan entertainer Jose Chameleone for a new collaboration. Chameleone, who acted as host to Konshens and his team during their visit in Uganda last weekend, had his management assemble a mobile studio to record with the 'Stop Sign' singer.
Recorded in a hotel suite, the track titled 'Street Cred' will be the Ugandan star's second song with a Jamaican artiste, his previous effort 'How We Go' featured Beenie Man. During the recording session video cameras were on hand to capture the moment, it's understood the footage will be used in the official video.
A seemingly pleased Chameleone is optimistic of the collaboration and promises that it will be a massive international hit.
Meanwhile, AK47, Chameleone’s younger brother, also recorded with Subkonshus deejay Darrio, on a track titled 'Ghetto Love'. According to Chamelone's camp as soon as Darrio heard AK47’s song, he just got on the microphone and said "turn up the sound."
"The public should just wait for the Ghetto Love song from AK and I because with no doubt it’s going to get everyone dancing,” Darrio said.
Konshens and Darrio, were in the capital last weekend for a concert to mark Unganda's 50th independence. Darrio has also released the official video for his single 'Wah Dat' [Parrot].