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Dexta Daps Breaks The Internet “Intro” Short Film

Dexta Daps is making rounds online with a new raunchy video. The Dancehall/Reggae artist broke the internet on Thursday, May 11 with the release of a short film for his debut album “Intro.”

The sexually charged eight minute, fifty-three seconds cut was produced and directed by Chris Strikes and sees Phylicia “Lady Ice” Carty starring in a explicit scene for his “Owner” single going viral on social media.

The “Intro” short film has already racked up over 200,000 views on YouTube in less than 24 hours.

Dexta Daps released “Intro” earlier this year for free. The twelve-track project was produced by DASECA Productions and features ten brand new tracks with guest appearances from Jamaican songstress Alaine and Recording artiste Blakkman.

Watch Dexta Daps “Intro” Short Film Here.

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