Dancehall recording artiste Mavado is wasting no time in rubbishing rumours that he recently took a jab at fellow entertainer Alkaline. Apparently the rumours started last week via social media following a post by the Gully Gad which many are insisting was aimed at the “Champion Boy” deejay.
“Some boy a get bright,” Mavado captioned the post, immediately many dancehall fans started to speculate he was referring to the Alkaline.
“Why would Mavado diss Alkaline when they have been friends for a while now,” a representative of the Gully Gad said.
“Again this is what happen when people have to much time on their hands, this rumour is nothing more than random people trying to start some bad vibes between two of the front-runners in dancehall right now,” the rep added.
Mavado and Alkaline have proclaimed their friendship since last year, and have performed together on several international concerts.
Meanwhile, after a relatively subdued 2015, Mavado is preparing for a major comeback in 2016. My League, produced by Good Good Productions, was arguably Mavado’s only hit for 2015, a year when he kept a low profile.
“Wi have a lotta crazy things plan, some wicked tune wha’ record already but wi waiting on the new year fi drop dem,” he said.
So Bazzle, produced by Trevor ‘Baby G’ James and the self-produced Tattoo, are two of the songs Mavado have great expectations for.
Without divulging any details, he intimated the singles may be part of an upcoming album scheduled for release in 2016. It would be his first since 2009’s Mr. Brooks…A Better Tomorrow. Mavado is signed to We The Best Music Group, a Miami-based company owned by producer/disc jockey DJ Khaled, one of the most influential names in hip hop.