One of Dancehall's most potent new lyricist Masicka has taken an unapologetic stance for his actions after blatantly dissing Garrison recording artiste Blak Ryno in a freestyle.
The composition titled 'Paint The City Red [Sosa Freestyle] recorded at the TJ Records facility sees the emerging deejay firing a serious of lyrical shots at Ryno with the lines, "modern warfare and p***y kno dem haffi surrender quick___ and anyweh yuh diss gunshot clap bine yuh___ shoot up p***y ends dem nervous and cyaah buss back like Ryno___ ah nuh singa dis reeeal bomb*cl**t Stinga dis...."
When questioned about the source of discontent with Blak Ryno and a possible apology a jovial Masicka explained, "a just lyrics__ but if anybody wah act up dem will get shock up__ current a kick."
Efforts to obtain a comment from Ryno proved futile as the deejay was locked in a recording session with teenage prodigy Markus Myrie. The two are also featured on the newly released Dead End Rhythm produced by the aforementioned.
This is not the first time Masicka has been involved in a tiff, earlier in the year utterances by Head Concussion artiste Chan Dizzy via a mixtape led to both artiste exchanging lyrical blows, but was quickly quelled in the weeks that followed.