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Mavado Drops New Track “Flammable” And It Sounds Fire

Dancehall recording artiste Mavado released a new song “Flammable.”

The track comes off Good Good Production’s newest project boasting the same name. Even though the Gully Gad is not the only artiste on the riddim, he is in the top two, second to Vybz Kartel. Kartel track, “Pretty From Morning” currently holds the top spot with over 40 thousand views. Movado still makes a significant impact as his track has amassed over 30 thousand views since its release two hours ago.

Earlier today Vado, took to his Instagram page, “Well MVP still a beat Dem and I don’t even start as yet what the f**k is going on someone tell me please flammable out on my Vevo now Zum,” he post.

The riddim has Zum’s signature sound, and set’s the correct platform for Mavado to layer some decent lyrics. In the track Vado, seemingly throw shades at other artistes in the business who are not aligned with his camp “bullet proof anytime dem squeeze.”

The chorus is an ode to individuals to live and not just survive, “Do the things you like, Make money and live your life right / As a fact F**K 10 gal fi the night / Man Flammable, Stay Off, Watch The Sparks, the Sparks, / Man Uncontainable / Hey Zum, line the streets with cash from town to Mobay…” Mavado deejays.

The working relationship between Zum and the Gully God has been quite a prosperous one, bringing about smash hits such as, “Big League” on the Cure Pain riddim, and “Fresh Cash” on the Money Mix riddim.

Good Good productions have been in the game since the earlier part of the decade and have been producing hits from then until now. We expect to see great things from the entire project, with Mavado’s “Flammable” being the flagship track.