AI Vybz Kartel Appears In ‘... | Hapilos
Vybz Kartel makes his first music video appearance since his incarceration thanks to AI.
Rvssian linkup with his longtime collaborator, Vybz Kartel, and rapper Trippie Redd for his new song “Sixteen.”
When Rvssian hop on the same song with Kartel, you can always expect a banger. The two dancehall heavyweights are famous for some big collaborations like “Jeans & Fitted” and “New Jordans.” For their latest joint, they called upon Ohio rapper Trippie Redd, who was recently in Jamaica recording new music for his upcoming album.
Perhaps the most exciting part of the Shane Creative-directed music video is the appearance of an AI version of Vybz Kartel spitting the lyrics to the catchy single as he deejays about loyalty and brotherhood.
“Yah mi bredda enu Tarik, cah mi love yuh/If yuh nuh stand up for somethin’/Yah guh fall fi nothing/Mi did feel sad yesterday/Rvssian call and tell mi seh,” Kartel sings in the intro while referencing Rvssian by his real name Tarik Johnston.
Trippie Redd also delivered a grimy verse to complete the crossover banger and also appeared in the streets of Kingston in the video.
“I’m sendin’ shots out the car/Rude boy, keep a AR/They don’t believe that we made it this far (This far)/I want it all, girl I’m loyal to the car (Bap, bap)/I be runnin’ and sh*t until my feet sore/Lifestyle of a savage until I go,” Trippie raps over a dancehall beat.