DeMarco and Popcaan has been taking subliminal diss at each other in songs over the last couple of weeks, but one of the two dancehall stars is brave enough to come out and confirm a diss record.
DeMarco, who claims Popcaan copy his style, said his latest smash hit record “Kingston City” is in fact a diss aimed at the “Fry Yiy” deejay.
“People a sey a Popcaan mi a dis, well a Popcaan mi dis, whol’ heap a dem tief mi style including him,” DeMarco said.
“It was a freestyle I did for ZJ Chrome and my mixtape, the world like it suh dem sey is a dis to Popcaan, so I guess it is so, I guess it’s a dis to Popcaan,” DeMarco added.
Popcaan release a new track last week called “Fry Yiy,” rumored to be a diss track aimed at DeMarco, but the “I Love My Life” deejay says he is not phased.
“Him a sey artiste fi write some hit song and stop cry, but him nuh mek no song big like I Love My Life, I got 25 million views on YouTube and I have been all over the world,” DeMarco said.
Listen to DeMarco “Kingston City” below.
Listen to Popcaan “Fry Yiy” below
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