A few days ago, Teflon, also known as the Young King, shared the official video for his track “Brimstone.” The song is featured on his just released studio album, “Years A Pain.”
We wanted to highlight this video not because of the visuals, but because of the song’s lyrical content. Anyone who subscribes to Maria Jackson Magazine should know by now that we are very disgusted with the commercialization of urban and Caribbean music, especially dancehall. And Teflon, in his song “Brimstone,” seems to be just as fed up as we are.
On the record he addresses things like artists selling out for travel visa; radio stations collecting money for airplay and so much more. Click here or on the image above to watch the video. Please pay close attention to the overall message and remember to like, comment and share.