Fully Bad cries From Di Ghetto

Friday, January 11, 2019

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Deejay Fully Bad has established himself as an underground act in the past two years. He takes another crack at the mainstream with his latest song, From Di Ghetto, scheduled for release today.

From Di Ghetto is produced by Kryme Boss for the Black Orchid Music/GXM Musix label. It addresses inner-city life, and highlights people who have supported Fully Bad's career.

“A so di ghetto run. A whole heap a hard life wi face inna di ghetto till wi rise from the ghetto,” Fully Bad explained.

He hopes the song and accompanying video will resonate with fans. The visual is directed by Yaad Boiiz Productions.

Fully Bad is a protégé of ace sound system selector Foota Hype, who continues to play an integral part in his career.

— KJ

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