LaaLee 'hits' back at doubters

When LaaLee burst onto the music scene with the catchy single 'Watz On Sale' in 2018, many music watchers expected his shine to be short-lived and his career to fade into obscurity after that one song. However, the 'experts' were wrong.

Four years after he blazed like a comet into the dancehall, LaaLee has not only managed to remain relevant in the music space, but has blossomed into arguably one of the most entertaining artistes of his generation.

With songs such as Bong Bing, Leggo Di Bird, Tip Inna It and Dirt Bounce in heavy rotation on the airwaves, LaaLee has far outgrown the 'one hit wonder' label and is seemingly well on his way to becoming a musical force.

We went One-on-One with the entertainer currently mersmersing the dancehall with his catchy tracks, addictive dance moves and fun-loving personality. Watch the video.

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