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[WATCH] Kranium Welcomes the Sun in New “Wi Deh Yah” Video

Kranium, the global dancehall sensation, has released the official music video for the first track from his upcoming album, which will be released later this year. Tanto Blacks, a prominent Dancehall deejay, co-stars in “Wi Deh Yah,” which is now available to stream. The passionately confident track –...
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Still Making History: Kranium’s ‘Black Love’ Playlist Features Beyonce, Rihanna & More

This year, Billboard celebrates Black History Month with different playlists catered to “Black Love.” We’ve handpicked artists, producers, and songwriters to highlight songs that best embody the amorous theme and explain why these records give them that butterfly feeling every time. Be on that lookout every Tuesday and Thursday for new playlists from some of your favorites.
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Kranium Says Most Dancehall Artists Only “Cry Unity When They Falling Off”

International cross-over artist Kranium is calling out artists who only call for unity in dancehall when they are losing relevance. On Thursday, January 6, 2022, Kranium had things to get off his chest as he recalled asking a particular unnamed artist to hop on his song “We Can” featuring Tory Lanez that was released four years ago and became one of the biggest songs for both artists.
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Kranium Says Return To Riddim Culture Will Make Dancehall Nice Again

Kranium says dancehall needs to go back to its primal riddim-oriented nature. The evolution of dancehall has become a popular topic among the members of its community in recent times. While some argue that the fusion of trap sounds has watered down its original taste, others see it as a natural progression. Many are left with their own opinions on whether dancehall will ultimately lose its identity in years to come and border on the line of unrecognizable.
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