For his new Dunwell-produced track titled “Memory,” Popcaan has produced an animated video. The course is provided by a familiar subject fake people, and the prevalence of them in society today.
It’s an issue that Popcaan addresses frequently and constantly shows that he can gel with almost everyone while he maintains his authenticity.
Poppy sings: “A carbon copy dem … dawg yuh nuh need glasses fi see seh dem don’t real. Dem a trial and crosses, mi see it seh dem don’t real.”
The Deejay also offers some guidance on protecting yourself against fake people. Poppy doesn’t fear taking things in his own hands to get any force against him to do justice.
This year Popcaan was very busy and has published tracks such as “Relevant,” “Win” and “Medal.” On Valentine’s day, he also released a four-piece EP, “Gyalentines.” To date, Dancehall fans have welcomed the project, because the Unruly Boss continues to master the art of producing perfectly crafted women anthems.
Although the pandemic has slowed the entertainment industry and most artists drop fewer new music, the company is still able to release a consistent supply for its growing fan base of new content.
Maybe after being supervised by both superstars, he took up some work ethics of Vybz Kartel and Drake.
You can see cool animations and hear from the video below what Popcaan serves in “Memory” from Dunw3ll Productions Instagram’s page.