Tommy Lee Sparta and rapper BakerSteez burn down the building with their new banger “Propane.”
The track was produced by Anju Blax for UIM Records, who produced a number of hits for the Mobay deejay. Most of you are already familiar with Tommy Lee Sparta, but for those of you who are not so familiar with BakerSteez, he is a rapper from Kingston who has been linked to Konshens label Subkonshus Music. Last year he released his Topman EP and is currently working on his next project.
“I do this for a beach house on the north coast, OJ / Stacking the bricks cargos, she love the drugs, narcos / Doing wells like Fargo, strip a whole grab you pawn show / Making the money precipitate watch how I make it evaporate,” BakerSteez raps over a trap beat. Sparta takes care of the catchy hook.
Vybz Kartel wants his ladies to forget all their ex-boyfriends.
The incarceration deejay is spitting out new music than the rest of dancehall combined. This is his fourth new track since the start of the year and we’re told at least two more is on the way. For this new joint “X (All Of Your Exes),” Vybz Kartel teams up with his longtime producer Linton “TJ” White who owns TJ Record. “All of your ex exed out / You don’t have to explain / Your life is excellent / Come on baby / Let’s go party / Amma bring da Bentley around / Best ride a u life / And amma make you love come down / Best time a u life,” Kartel sings on the hook.
Vybz Kartel and Tommy Lee Sparta recently made peace and earlier this week the Sparta deejay visited his former mentor in prison for the first time since his incarceration. The move promoted some fans to call for him to make peace with another of his former students, Popcaan. Turns out their falling out is a lot more complex than we previously thought and just last week we saw the “Clarks” deejay’s right hand man Sikka Rymes releasing a Popcaan diss track.
Listen to Vybz Kartel new song “X (All Of Your Exes)” below.
Tommy Lee Sparta teams up with singer Preedy for a new track “Freaky Girl.”
The Afrobeats/soca club banger was produced by Jonny Blaze and DJ Sultan. The track features the Spartan deejay singing about taming his lady. “Gal your body build for the work, just gwaan bubble up then, I want you drop to your knees and bruk out for me yeah, I’ve watching the things you do, let me know if I could conquer you,” Tommy Lee sings.
Tommy Lee Sparta is readying his debut album for a March or April release, but in the meantime you can get his New Creator EP in stores now. The project debut in the top ten on Billboard Reggae chart last week. Earlier this month, Lee teamed up with Masicka for a gangsta dancehall anthem “Real Link” marking the first time those two deejays are working together.
Tommy Lee Sparta’s new EP New Creator has debut at No. 9 on the Billboard Reggae chart.
The EP was released on January 5th under Ricardo Gowe Records and has been doing well on iTunes. While that is an impressive achievement for the Guzu Musiq deejay, the sales figures paint a different picture. The project sold only 63 copies in its first week of release. Tommy Lee Sparta thank his fans for their support on IG despite the low sales numbers.
“New creator ep #9 on #billboard reggae charts #godisgood Spartans we all mek this possible y’all not my fan we family,” he wrote. Elsewhere on the chart, you will find Chronixx debut album Chronology at No. 8, SOJA’s album Poetry In Motion is at No. 6, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley‘s Stony Hill is at No. 4, while the top spot is being held by American band The Green.
Tommy Lee Sparta is currently working on his upcoming debut album, due in April of this year. The project will be the first off his multi-album deal with Sean Kingston’s label Time Is Money Entertainment. Chronixx and Damian Marley are currently battling with three other nominees this year for Best Reggae Album at the upcoming Grammy Awards. A rep for Sparta told us that he hopes to get a nomination next year for his upcoming album.
Aside from working on his new album, Tommy Lee Sparta is gearing up for some upcoming shows in Europe and the wider Caribbean. Last year was a big year for the former Gaza deejay who dominated the airwaves with his music after going back to his Gothic dancehall roots. He also scored some points in the streets for his diss tracks aimed at top-flight deejays Alkaline and Mavado. If you haven’t got a copy as yet, you can get Tommy Lee’s new EP on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon.
The Ricardo Gowe Records-produced track is featured on his New Creator EP now available on iTunes. Over an authentic reggae beat, Tommy Lee Sparta shows off his vocals while singing about taking another man’s girl. “Me buck a catty pon the roadside, say she waan get close by, me say me have a girl she say she don’t mind, me serious without smile, say she want me close by, after that she say me too nice,” Sparta sings.
Tommy Lee Sparta is currently working on his debut album due in April of this year. His New Creator EP was released on January 5th and it’s been getting some positive feedback. on its debut, it quickly became the top trending reggae project on iTunes. The success of the EP helps build more hype ahead of the release of his album.
Tommy Lee Sparta kicking off the new year with the premiere of his “Happy Life” video.
The Ricardo Gowe Records-produced single was released in the summer of last year from where it grew to become an anthem. The song is featured on Tommy Lee’s compilation album “New Creature.” In the cut, the Mobay deejay wakes up in the morning surrounded by a bunch of smoking hot ladies. The cut then showcase his routine throughout the day as his ladies cater to his every need from his breakfast to his needs after a hard days work in the studio.
Tommy Lee Sparta is currently working on his debut album due early this year. The project will be the first on his new deal with Sean Kingston’s label Time is Money Entertainment. Kingston confirmed last month that both he and Lee are dropping their respective project at the top of the new year. The reggae pop singer has been working on his “Made In Jamaica” album since last year since he moved back to his homeland. The project is due for release next month.
The Mobay deejay signed a record deal with Kingston’s Time is Money Entertainment label this year and now he is getting ready to drop the first project on that deal. According to Kingston, Tommy Lee already recorded around half a dozen songs for the album as they prepare for a spring 2018 release date. The singer says the new project will be like a rebirth for the Gothic dancehall star.
“We don’t know if all the seven songs will make the final cut, but we’re working on it,” Sean Kingston said. “It’s just a rebirth; a new chapter of Tommy Lee that has all the dimensions; switching voice tones, mad song concepts, melodies, instruments. It’s a whole different vibe. The chemistry is crazy.”
Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta collaborated on two new singles this year so he will likely be on the dancehall spitter’s new album. The two drop their new song, “Crossover,” last month and its been getting plenty airplay since including clocking over a million views on YouTube. Tommy Lee is not the only artist in the camp who is currently working on a new album, Sean Kingston has his “Made In Jamaica” project coming out on February 3, 2018.
The “Uncle Demon” deejay put on a show for his fans at last weekend’s annual Ghetto Splash in Kingston. His set was well received and he even called out JOP/4th Genna deejay Deablo to join him on stage. Tommy Lee Sparta used a part of his performance to lay waste to Alkaline while praising his former mentor Vybz Kartel, despite his rocky relationship with the former Portmore Empire boss.
“Big up every artist in the industry,” Tommy Lee said. “But yo have some bwoy now a days them forced ripe and feel like them bigger than music. All who know say Worl’Boss work hard for it me want to see the hands them. Some bwoy just… yo have some people them just want to give some boy the Worl’Boss legacy and act like Worl’Boss never do nothing, but a long time the Worl’Boss a do it.”
Tommy Lee Sparta’s statement comes only a few months after Vybz Kartel once again reminded his fans that Lee and Popcaan are disloyal former members of his Gazanation crew. While that statement resonate with fans, that is not stopping Sparta and Popcaan from still shouting-out Kartel every chance they get.
Mr. Vegas has shared his reaction to Tommy Lee Sparta’s statement on the recent flooding in Montego Bay.
Last week, heavy rain in Jamaica’s second city left down town Montego Bay and some surrounding areas flooded and millions of dollars in damages to property and infrastructure. Tommy Lee Sparta who is one of the most recognized artists from the area shared video footage and photos on Instagram showing the aftermath.
Montego Bay unno see that god a show unno a sign, the killing need to stop take this as a warning plz we need to come together n put a stop against crime n violence god don’t like wah gwan,” the Guzu Musiq deejay said. He also got some support for his statement from fellow dancehall artists like Bounty Killer and Razor B. Earlier this year he also spoke out against crime that has been crippling the city during a performance at Margueritaville.
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Mr. Vegas begs to differ with Tommy Lee saying that judgement day is not here as yet. “God vex wid the whole world. So how comes Parliament and their members that has implemented the ‘one world order system’ nuh flood out,” the dancehall veteran said. “Day of Judgement nuh come yet,” he said. “Matthew 24:6 says ‘You will hear of wars and rumours of wars but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.”
Mavado link with his longtime producer Di Genius for a new single dedicated to the ladies, “Red Rose.”
Mavado is one of those rare dancehall artist that has the Midas touch because everything he released this year have been instant hits and this new single will be no different. “Man yo fi dede fi yo lady / Yo fi bring red rose fi yo girl / She love the things you do you do / No other man no fi dede fi yo girl,” Mavado sings.
Mavado has aligned himself with Alkaline and Jahmiel, two of the leading batch of young artists in dancehall currently. The trio formed a clique called MVP, the acronym for Mavado, Vendetta, and Patriotz. The Gullyside singjay has been having a great year in dancehall, but at the same time he is allowing the younger acts to shine. He also made headlines recently for his beef with Popcaan and Tommy Lee Sparta, both artists emerged from under Vybz Kartel wing, so the hatred runs deep.
The Guzu Musiq deejay teams with Damage Musiq, the producer, for his new single “Antidote.” The new track comes just a few days after his social media spate with rival dancehall deejay Alkaline. “Sparta no play / Poverty run gone quickly / Stress affi run gone with it / Mi feel rich fresh plane pon the hip strip / All yo girlfriend waan come with me / Right now mi have a cure fi them / Fi tek weh yo problems,” Tommy Lee deejay.
This month alone, Tommy Lee Sparta released four new singles and two music videos. Last weekend, he and Alkaline got into a heated exchanged on Instagram as their beef deepens. The two have been beefing since the start of the year and things seems like its just heating up.
Yesterday, the “Uncle Demon” deejay posted a video on the Gram taking a subliminal at the Vendetta boss. “Weh the #VIM dem deh tag the #VIC dem deh,” he wrote. In the video clip he explains what he really means by VIM. “Yeah man a VIM, very important murder, some boy a VIC, very important coward,” he said.
Alkaline got word of the video and jumped in the comments section to take a jab at Tommy Lee Sparta. “Vagina inna yuh mouth Vendetta in charge suck yuh mumma pree da bait ya [DJ Frass],” Alka wrote, while Lee responded, “like how them a own them name v.i.c.”
“Who the cap fit let them wear it @manhimselff (Alkaline) you an the battywash gang leave me page plz,” Tommy Lee continues.
Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta have been beefing since the start of the year but their feud has been mostly one sided with the Mobay deejay dropping a ton of diss tracks. The Vendetta boss, on the other hand, has only released around two songs taking subliminal shots at his rival.
You can always count on Tommy Lee Sparta to drop some good videos. The Mobay deejay drop the cut for his catchy single “Bad Gyal Duppy.”
Lee surrounded himself with plenty female just like the theme of the single. “Mi girlfriend got a gloc a road / Sparta gal them no take chat a road / Them no take check a body drop a road / Some wonna be thugs never shot a soul,” the Spartan deejay spits.
Earlier this month, Tommy Lee Sparta was accused of recording mumble dancehall music following the release of his new video “Cross Over” with Sean Kingston. The deejay released some excerpts of his lyrics on the single for some of his critics who are complaining that they have no idea what he is saying.
The “Uncle Demon” is out to get blood and his sight is set on a confrontation with Mavado. The Gullyside singjay link up with DJ Frass for the gritty new diss track where he took some shots at Tommy Lee. “Them a scam badness them a joker / So fi them crime a fi solve I moca / When mi set the timer its a over / Family cry and them can’t get no closure,” Mavado sings.
Tommy Lee posted a video clip on IG asking his fans if he should respond. “Wa them a say angel in a demon fight, wrong time yo go buy down a market man… who fi dead mi fans who fi dead,” he said. His fans reacted telling him to drop something for Mavado. “Mavado kill him sparta for life,” one fan wrote. “Kill everything pon the gully side all the one name flex who a call up your name. Kill all the Vendetta fool and Jahmiel.”
Tommy Lee Sparta is being accused of making mumble dancehall music?
While mumble rap became a thing in hip hop in recent years, mumble dancehall is not a thing, at least not yet. Some fans are accusing Tommy Lee Sparta of making mumble music, but unless you’re a hardcore dancehall follower you may not always understand what he is saying in his songs. Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee debut their new video for their first collaboration “Cross Over” on WorldStarHipHop yesterday and fans have been weighing in.
“WTF when since dancehall artist start with this mumble rap foolishness, this guy [Tommy Lee Sparta] isn’t even saying real words, this is trash,” one fan wrote while another added, “This guy is just making a bunch of sounds he is not even rapping they should keep this mumble foolishness out of reggae at least cats like Sean Paul and Beenie Man use real words even if its patois.”
One thing we should point out about this is that most of the critics were American based fans who are probably used to Sean Kingston reggae-pop flavor of music and not hardcore dancehall. So for those who don’t understand what Tommy Lee is saying here is a snippet of his lyrics. “Clean in a new bank robber / Time is money watch the gal them a fallow / Full of gold chains like a me name Shaba / Every body know me a the lyrical bomber / Scarface, Toni Montana, mi jus spend a million dollar / Weed me smoke me don’t run coke joke / Last boy this run up inna gun smoke,” Sparta spits.
“Any American saying they dont understand Tommy Lee verse gotta embrace it cuz u know y i don’t understand sh*t you’ll mumble rappers be saying yet still I’m from the Caribbean an i embrace you’ll sh*t so dont get it twisted,” one dancehall fan wrote. “Too me Tommy’s verse sounds more like a new style in mumbling so maybe he might be bigger than lil pump, xxxtenation, ski mask.”
The cut has been in the works since the summer and now its finally here. Kingston debuts the video on WorldStarHipHop yesterday and already it clocked 200,000 views. The OutHereVisuals-directed video starts out with SK and Tommy Lee hanging out with their crew at the mansion. The singer then gave a female a briefcase full of cash to deliver to someone but things got ugly on her journey as she was ambushed by robbers.
“Cross Over” marks the first time that Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta are working together and during the summer the reggae-pop singer announced that he wants to sign the Mobay deejay to his label Time Is Money Entertainment. “Haven’t been this excited about signing a artist since @torylanez.. mi nuh hide an talk @tommyleesparta is undeniably talented.. big news soon come!! Time is money Ent/Sparta leave a comment if u agree,” Kingston wrote.
Watch the video for Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta new video “Cross Over” below.
The cut arrives only a few weeks after the collaboration was previewed. The single pays homage to the popular Bridges sandals and Clarks Deserts boots which are both popular in dancehall culture. The cut was directed by RD Studios and produced jointly by Romeich Entertainment and Tommy Lee’s label Guzu Musiq.
“Bridget’s & Desert” marks the first time that Shenseea and Tommy Lee Sparta are collaborating. “Them a pree and a talk and a watch yo everyday / And them man child support cyan match yo pay / When you a make moves them a pussycl**t play / Weh them know bout you girl,” Sparta deejay. The track is currently available on iTunes/Apple Music for streaming.
Shenseea made some major breakthrough in dancehall this year following the success of her collaborative single with Vybz Kartel, “Loodi.” The Mobay deejay is also having a great year with a handful of hits as he continues to push his gothic dancehall movement. The formula has been working great for him since his Gaza days so why change it now. Watch the official video for “Bridget’s & Desert (Pon Foot)” below.
The female dancehall hitmaker previews the single on IG on Monday and it sounds fire. The track was co-produced by Romeich Entertainment and Tommy Lee’s own label Guzu Music and will be available on Apple Music and Spotify sometime this week. “Bridgets pon foot and money in a hand / Any bloodclat thing weh mi want mi ago have / Big house pon hill that a no the cliche / Mi have three big mansions where mi can stay,” Shenseea deejay.
“Them a pree and a talk and a watch yo everyday / Them run when child support fi pay / When yo a make moves them a play / Wa them know bout you girl,” Tommy Lee spits. The collaboration has been in the works for a few months now since the two deejays were spotted in the studio earlier this year. This will be the first collaboration between Tommy Lee Sparta and Shenseea. Check back with Dancehallhiphop.com soon for the full song.
Kartel spent a week in the hospital last week for a severe kidney infection. He is currently back behind bars, but his family members are deeply concerned about his health. Tommy Lee spoke with What’s Up where he expressed his shock and concerns for his former mentor’s health. “Vybz Kartel in the hospital me no know if it’s stress cause it,” he said.
“Me just wish him a speedy recovery yo see me, just want the dog [Vybz Kartel] forward a road and be there for his kids because they are turning into men now and they need him to guidance,” Sparta added. Tommy Lee also said that he is currently working on his debut album which will be comprised of only new singles. Seems the new album will be part of his new deal with Sean Kingston’s label.
“Look like they need an album so it me a work on right now,” he said. “I start to work on the album already. Pure new songs and these songs are different levels of songs because of the type of riddim a some big producers in America I am voicing for.”
Tommy Lee Sparta didn’t revealed the title or release date for the album.
Dancehall artist Popcaan is pleading with Jamaican gangsters to stop the killings.
The Jamaican government is currently running out of ideas as the crime grips the island leaving a trail of bloodshed in its wake. Last month, Tommy Lee Sparta gave a lengthy speech on stage during a performance in his native Montego Bay where he told his fans to put an end to the murders. On Sunday, Popcaan posted a video on Instagram telling gang members, some of who listen to his music, to stop killing each other.
“It’s the Unruly Boss this,” Popcaan said while smoking a blunt. “Whole a meds in the Sunday morning in the bush. I am going to talk to the ghetto youths them now. Too much killing going on in the place dog, the man them a war and killing off each other too much brothers. Hear what I am saying, I don’t know you and I don’t know what you’re fighting for, but the man them just need to hold it on a level because hear is what’s going on now. There are a lot of money out there in the world to make, but killing is not the solution.”
Popcaan also said that he can speak to whats going on because he is from the streets and he made a life for himself in music and is able to tour the world and make a lot of money.
Tommy Lee Sparta drop a video for one of his Alkaline diss songs “Not A Formula.”
The Mobay deejay has been hammering Alkaline with diss songs all year and he is showing no signs of easing up. Check out this music video that depicts the Spartan leader getting a tattoo while spitting rhymes over a dancehall beat. “Me no need not a formula fi dash them weh,” he sings in the hook.
In another scene, Tommy Lee and his crew put on their signature masks while smoking blunts. “Me will circle your ends bare face / And me don’t fear judge / And me don’t fear case,” he raps. Sparta recently did an interview where he stated that he has been trying to stay out of trouble because cops have targeted him over the years. He currently has a pending lottery scam case that has been delayed a few times in the Home Circuit Court. The deejay says that he is looking to put that case behind him.
Watch the video for Tommy Lee Sparta song “Not A Formula” below.
Sparta is one of Vybz Kartel’s former protege and he along with Popcaan and Vanessa Bling went on to have well recognized careers in dancehall. While all three artists are not on good terms with the incarcerated deejay, that doesn’t mean that they don’t often praise him on stage and in songs. Speaking with Anthony Miller on ER, Tommy Lee says he deeply misses Kartel and want him to be released from prison.
“Kartel know artists any artists that you see Kartel take, every single artist in the Gaza bad [great], because he has a good ears and him know what he is looking for,” the Mobay deejay said. When asked by Miller if he misses Vybz Kartel, Lee didn’t hesitate to say yes. “Me miss Kartel yes yo think its an easy thing that he is going through. Remember Kartel is a man who is use to his girls, him money, him hype life.”
Tommy Lee Sparta also revealed that he is currently in talks with Sean Kingston for a new record deal on the singer’s Time Is Money Entertainment label. “It’s going to be signed, its just the paperwork we going through and putting some agreements together,” Lee said. “They came with and agreement and we put forward our agreement also.”
The dark video was directed by Outherevisuals and features the former Gaza deejay hitting the streets with his goons while smoking marijuana and lighting fire with spray torch. “Yo run out a luck with yo style and talk / Tell lie to the world say yo eye them dark / Little fish you name dry land shark / Pull up a him gate and let the K rise high,” Tommy Lee deejay.
In the early part of his career, Alkaline became the first artist to tattoo his eyeball but we all now know that portrayal was fake and perhaps he was just wearing contacts. Tommy Lee and Alkaline have been beefing since the start of the year but so far the feud has been mostly one sided with the Mobay deejay firing the most shots. So far Sparta has already released around a dozen diss tracks and we only got two from Alkaline.
Tommy Lee Sparta speak out in an emotional plea to stop crime and violence in his hometown Montego Bay.
The dancehall deejay’s plea came just after the Jamaican government announced that Mount Salem, St James, will be the first Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO) in the Parish. The ZOSO program will see joint police and military operations in these areas and strict curfew is enforced to dismantle criminal gangs and recover guns. Tommy Lee says he simply wants peace and for individuals to work out their differences rather than take each others life.
During a recent performance at Margaritaville in Montego Bay, Tommy Lee took time out to talk to the audience about the killings going on in and around the city. “From the other day its pure killings am hearing about and I just want to tell the youths to stop the killings because it’s embarrassing,” the deejay said in his emotional plea. Sparta also calls for a stop to the killings of women and children which has been a major problem in the country over the last few years.
Tommy Lee Sparta recently signed a new deal with Sean Kingston’s label Time Is Money Entertainment. The deejay says that even though he has recorded a lot of violent music it doesn’t mean that he supports real life violence.
The “Soul Reaper” deejay has his own legal troubles to deal with including a pending trial for lottery scam. He was also named as a person of interest for different criminal incidents across the island over the last few years. Sparta also said that his past affiliation with Vybz Kartel, who was convicted of murder, is having a ripple effect on his career and his ability to travel overseas to perform. Some industry legal experts say all he now needs is proper representation to clear the cloud from over his head.
Gazanation fans will likely go HAM on Tommy Lee Sparta for making this statement, but some industry attorneys are saying that he is absolutely right about his assessment. Sparta was one of Vybz Kartel’s most loyal proteges before he was sent to prison for life for a 2014 murder conviction. The big question now is Kartel’s legal troubles affecting artists who were previously associated with him like Tommy Lee and Popcaan.
We’re told that both artists are unable to secure a U.S. visa because of their affiliation to Vybz Kartel. The “Soul Reaper” deejay says that he has been going through hell while trying to travel overseas for his shows. “I feel like they put something on my name,” Sparta said. “Every time I try to travel, they treat me different, like I am some bomber. When they run my passport, Vybz Kartel business come up and everything. They are acting like I am involved in certain things and pure red lines come up on my documents at the airports. I don’t know who did it to my documents.”
Tommy Lee Sparta currently has a mountain of legal troubles and is currently awaiting trial for lottery scam. On three separate times, he was named a person of interest in different crimes in Kingston and Montego including a shooting incident. He was never charged with a crime. Some legal experts inside the dancehall space are saying that the artist has a point about being affected by Vybz Kartel’s legal problems, but all he needs is proper legal representation to clear his team. Tommy Lee has been unable to travel to the United States for shows for years and just last month Popcaan was denied travel documents to take part in the Red Bull Culture Clash in Atlanta.
Tommy Lee Sparta is keeping hardcore dancehall alive and one thing you expect from the Mobay deejay is a well put together music video. The dark cut saw the “40 Ball” deejay rolling out with his crew and you can hear the sound of the AMG Benz peeling off tires into the night. One of his loyal females then went on a date with his target before going back to his place.
She then sent Tommy Lee their location and the deejay turned up with his goons a short time later and kidnapped and tortured his target. The video was directed by 300KJA. The track is currently available on all major streaming services like Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play.
The Mobay deejay channels Afrobeat artists while spitting rhymes over the new Grim Reaper Riddim, produced by JJ Productions. “Yo mumma head will last when the shatty gun blast / All who a talk unnu better jump fast / Hallow point fall like the weather forecast / Make yo head soft like a… / Yo woulda fool if yo run on pon paw / Them ya lion will smoke yo like raw,” Sparta deejay.
Alkaline also released on Wednesday a gritty new diss track “Buss Head” aimed at Tommy Lee Sparta. The two dancehall deejays are two of the hottest artists in the genre currently and fans are watching this musical feud closely to see who will come out on top.
Someone inside the Vendetta camp sent us the new record this morning (Aug. 23) and now Alkaline has uploaded it to his Vevo channel. Already the track is racking up the views and is one of the most talked about tracks in dancehall currently. The single was produced by Alkaline’s go to producer DJ Frass and features the Detta deejay getting explicit of where he wants to take this war/beef between himself and Tommy Lee Sparta.
“Tell unnu fi low the badness and pre gal / We humans but we a no equals / War can’t buyout it can’t resolve / Don’t need police it no hard fi we resolve / Vendetta don’t style them but we deadly / Pu**y them a chat like Beverly / Anything a Anything tell them we ready,” Alkaline rhymes over a base heavy dancehall beat.
This marks the second diss record Alkaline released this year aimed at Tommy Lee Sparta, while the Mobay deejay has already released a handful of tracks dissing his rival. Back in March, the Vendetta leader stirred up some controversy with a track called “Red Eyes” where he used a photo of Tommy Lee’s eye in the artwork. The Spartan deejay recently joked about it in an interview where he said that Alka used his “good good eye” and put in his artwork.
Vybz Kartel‘s Gazanation fans are some of the most loyal fans in dancehall and it’s always best to not get on their bad sides.
By extension, a lot of Gaza fans will also support former Gaza members like Tommy Lee Sparta. Last week, Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta got into it with Alkaline‘s Vendetta fans when the reggae pop singer posted a video of himself playing with the Mobay deejay’s hair and another clip of him sleeping inside his Porsche.
Alkaline took a subliminal shot at both artists calling them b*tches and that didn’t go over well for the Gaza/Sparta fans. Over the weekend someone went a dug up an old photo of Alkaline and another man, but it wasn’t just another old pic. If you look closely, you will see the man finger touching Alkaline’s nipple. This could be just mere coincidence or it could be calculated. Nevertheless, this is what the beef has come down to, a war of who have the gayest pictures.
The photo has been online since around 2015, and Gazation fans are are going in on social media about it. “Long time we know that Alkline is a fish but this prove it,” one fan wrote. This is the video that Sean Kingston posted on IG of himself putting his hands in Tommy Lee Sparta’s hair. Do you think fans are reaching or is there something in this photo and video to be concerned about? Sound off in comments below.
Tommy Lee Sparta wants all his fans to party for the rest of the summer to his new video “Grim Rim Rave.”
The “Uncle Demon” deejay just signed a new deal with Sean Kingston’s Time is Money Entertainment making him the newest artist to call the label home. The 4-minutes clip was directed by Cinema Gods while the single was produced by Silver Birds Records. The video starts out with Tommy Lee Sparta and his crew hosting a pool party with plenty bikini clad females.
They then took the party inside his mansion at night fall and party until day break. Tommy Lee Sparta is having a great year this year with a number of singles in heavy rotation on dancehall airwaves. He is looking to close out the year with his new deal with Sean Kingston.