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Clifford Smith (born December 29, 1974), better known as Mr. Vegas, is a Jamaican dancehall musician. Clifford Smith was born in Kingston in 1974. The moniker "Mr. Vegas" was given to Smith by his schoolyard football-mates, who thought that he kicked the ball like a Las Vegas dancer. In his early years as a singjay, Vegas sang covers of Jamaican hits at local parties and shows, and acquired a reputation as a troublemaker for his lyrics
Just last year Mr. Vegas released his gospel album Soul Therapy, that followed up the secular This Is Dancehall. Ism. The title of his brand new album Ism subtly refers to Peter Tosh’s lyric from the Wailers classic Get Up Stand Up, on which the late great Stepping Razor proclaims We’re sick and tired of your ism schism game. Die and go to heaven in Jesus name.
MV Music Presents Mr Vegas‘ Single Titled My Jam Which Is The First Single Off His New Album Titled Reggae Euphoria, This Will Be The 10th Studio Album By The Seasoned Veteran & Will Be One To Look Out For! My Jam Will Be A Fan Favourite From It’s Catchy Hook And Nice Riddim.
Although Biggups are nice, they don’t get your bills paid. And, for the record, yes, hip hop was born out of the Jamaican artists who migrated to the . and began chatting over riddims during dancehall sessions. This was the first form of rappin. ’m ou. .FOLLOW: RedCarpetShelley.
The American rapper has sampled one of Dancehall Artiste Mr. Vegas' hit single released in the 90s and even sang in Jamaican patois on the track. Tyga was recently in Jamaica where he filmed the video for his new single. Scenes were filmed in Portland and Duhaney Park. Meanwhile his ''1 Of 1'' single faced a lot of criticisms on social media, with many stating that the track sounded similar to Drake's Controlla single.