Suku, Buju Banton team up

March 27, 2024

article reposted by Chelsea


Popular dancehall producer Suku has high hopes that his latest project — a track by Buju Banton titled Progress — will become an anthem among listeners worldwide.

“Well, the song is about elevating yourself and eluding oneself from poverty. It’s not endorsing non-progressive people, wrongdoings, nor earning a living the illegal way. It’s about straight positivity and an upliftment mindset,” the Ward21 producer told the Jamaica Observer.

The official audio was released on March 15 and has already gained over 65,000 streams on streaming platform YouTube.

According to Suku, whose given name is Andre Gray, he has been acquainted with the “Gargamel” for quite some time.

“The link was made while I was working at King Jammys studio before I became an artiste. Fast-forward after becoming an artiste and producer, I recorded a few songs with him for Natural Bridge Records and also on our Ward21 label,” Suku explained, adding that their latest number took between two to three weeks to be completed.

Suku has been a staple in the industry for many years. He is notable for Konshens’ Duh Sumn, Bounty Killer’s Electricity, and Timberlee’s Bubble Like Soup.

Meanwhile, the producer is keeping busy with myriad projects featuring several other bigwigs.

“I have some more Buju songs to drop. I’m also doing some work for Sean Paul on his Dutty Rock Productions, suh mi jus’ ah gwaan put in the work,” he said.

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