About 2 months ago, the premier of XXXTentacion’s “Royalty” track happened. This track features one of Bob Marley’s sons, Ky-Mani Marley, an Englishwoman with Jamaican descent, Stefflon Don, and one more Jamaican Vybz Kartel.
This track is literally stuffed with Jamaican spirit. Even XXXTentacion himself raps one part of his text with a Jamaican accent.
Yeah, me haffi, big up, yuh
Big up, yuh, big up, yuh
Buy car and land fi yuh
Use bad man for their bread when the mortgage up
Big up, yuh, big up, yuh, big up, yuh
Gyal dem a Kingston
Haffi whine dem body when they hear me on this one
There is a graffiti in the video which shows XXXTentacion showing Namaste. The video filled with the clips of people from Jamaica island.
Before the actual song, there is an XXXTentacion’s message.
You are worth more than you could believe. Do not let your depression make you. Do not let your body define your soul. Let your soul define your body.
In XXXTentacion “Royalty”, there is a very powerful message. It’s necessary to be able stand up for yourself! It’s also emphasized by Ky-Mani Marley’s chorus and verses of Stefflon Don and Vybz Kartel.
Royalty (Royalty), inna mi bloodline
Dem soldiers yell (Dem soldiers yell), on these front lines
Don’t know why, know why
But demons come to test us sometimes
In my scheme from longtime (Longtime)
Defeat where you’re confined
The deepest beat was created by Jon Fx.
The previous X’s song visualization was Craig Xen & XXXTentacion “Run It Back”.