Rygin King comes through with the visuals for his single “One Time.”
Many would say Rygin King was the leader of the recent Montego Bay revolution in dancehall music. He cannoned on to the mainstream airwaves with TUFF and hasn’t left since. Along with Teejay and Squash, he has helped to establish his city ( Montego Bay) as one of the places to be if you’re perusing dancehall music. Left off this years’ Sumfest the TUFF deejay sited he was disappointed but had since then moved on with his musical mission.
The King is back with a visual for his song “One Time.” The controversial star hasn’t been in the media for all the right reasons this year, but that hasn’t stopped the big songs from coming. The Montego Bay native does it Mobay Style; this video is what they call Braffing.
“One life / One life / A Dat mi haffi live,” King deejay.
If you haven’t started enjoying your summer as yet, this video will be hard to watch. Rygin dealt with the riddim as if he was born to and Jay Will performed just as well behind the camera. He captured great scenes which could be a Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) advertisement. The phrase that best describes this video is an “Island Rave.”
The official audio for the song was released two months ago and has racked up half a million views, let’s see if he can garner even better results with this video.
Many thought Rygin King was slowing down after he was constantly in the highlights for making a grammatical mistake on National Television. He has since then been overseas on countless occasions while still dropping timely reminders of his unique presence ever so often. Songs like “Clean” and “Portal” have kept the deejay on a wave following his brilliant 2018.