Popcaan and Toni Ann Singh to release new song next Wednesday
From left: Popcaan , Toni Ann Singh

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dancehall star Popcaan and former Miss World, Toni Ann Singh, have taken things up a notch in their whirlwind romance as the duo are set to release a collaboration dubbed 'Next to Me' on Wednesday, November 30.

Both Singh, who is Miss World 2019/20, and Popcaan both posted the single's cover art. The St Thomas power couple are both seated on a black-and-yellow motorcycle with Singh sporting sexy green heels.

Singh possesses great pipes as evidenced during the talent segment of the local Miss Jamaica World pageant where she blew away the competition with a high-powered cover of Whitney Houston's iconic ‘I Have Nothing’ chart-topping single during the talent segment.

Singh later released a cover of the Houston hit after the competition, proceeds of which went to a charity. This song represents her first major release but she has been the subject of songs as she was the centre of attention of Burna Boy's Toni-Ann Singh (TAS), which features Popcaan and appears on Burna Boy's Love, Damini album.

It was on this T.A.S single that Popcaan professed his true feelings for Singh with the lines, “Girl you pretty like Toni-Ann Singh (Weh)/You me angel without the two wings, yeah. Whine your waist me darling (Yeah)/Let me feel like a love me falling, yeah.”

Earlier this year, Singh and PopCaan sparked dating rumours after the two travelled together on a private jet to Grenada. And they have been spotted several times together since that time.

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