Deejay Earthworm hits out at 'bad mind'

Saturday, May 18, 2019

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Earthworm puts his thoughts to paper on his latest single titled What Yu Get Outta Bad Mind?

“My inspiration for writing the song was not that anybody bad mind me, I am just asking a question that is relevant in every crime of opportunity, every murder, every assault that you see in Jamaica today,” he said.

The single was officially released on all digital download platforms on May 10. It is on the Victory Squad Entertainment label.

Prior to its release, the deejay and his management team have been pushing the song in the streets and at parties.

“The response to the song is incredible in the streets because the argument is powerful. Is a question everyone ask daily, because we live in a world of poison; so we have to purge the evil thoughts,” said Earthworm.

Earthworm (real name Kevin Anthony Isaacs) hails from Montego Bay in St James. He is a former member of Vybz Kartel's Portmore Empire.

He recorded his first single, Woman Yu Know Yu Body Good, in 1999 on the African Museum label for his uncle, Gregory Isaacs.

His other songs include She's My Baby, and Smoke and Drink.

“The people know me a bad artiste; dem want something gwaan fi Earthworm and it ah happen,” he said.

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