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Listen Mavado New Single “Laugh and Gwan”

After producing “Red Eyes” for Alkaline, Lee Milla teams up with Mavado on a new single “Laugh & Gwan.”

Since the start of the year, the Gullyside singjay has been releasing a steady stream of new music that has allowed him to maintain a strong presence on dancehall airwaves. “Laugh and gwan, we laugh and gwan / Meanwhile them a talk pon me name and gwan… / Mi have a billion dollar paw mi title / Mama seh David the f**ker dem nuh like you / Mi have a million shots fi the rifle / Bomber thick like ?? Beside you / Now a foot deh suh, hand deh suh,” Mavado sings over a dancehall beat.

Mavado was one of a handful of dancehall artists that didn’t get to perform at Best of the Best show last weekend after the concert ended prematurely. The singer issued an apology to his fans who were left disappointed. Listen to Mavado new single “Laugh and Gwan” below.

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