Fully Bad Soaring To The Top As Glue Hits A Million Views

Arguably dancehall’s fastest rising artiste of 2021 thus far Fully Bad is certainly creating a major impression globally with a cluster of well received singles including a single entitled Glue which has reached over a million views in just over six weeks.

Additional the artiste has an earth-shattering street buzz following the release of a hard hitting diss track entitled “Nuh Unruly” aimed at fellow dancehall artiste Popcaan which is currently 14 on YouTube’s trending list. However according to Fully Bad his focus is to push his career to a higher level.  

“My career is my focus I already dismissed some man with dem waste talk so the journey to greatness continues. Glue just hit a million views and is doing very well locally and internationally while the album a stream great on all digital platforms. As a street youth with intelligence I know exactly where I should put my focus which is why I must also tell father god,  my fans and my  team thanks for the support it has been a great start to 2021” stated Fullybad. 

The artiste who recently changed management from popular Selector Foota Hype to USA based label executive Dj Slow Motion says he is does not want his fans and the industry to believe that he was the aggressor in the recent social media feud between himself and the Unruly Camp. 

“Sometimes in life when you talented and humble people try to pass dem place with you and yuh haffi mek dem understand demself however those things are just distractions because I am sure that if I never had the buzz I currently have they would not see me and want to stay relevant by being in a feud with the fastest rising artiste. My focus is on my career development” Fullybad stated.

Currently Fullybad is enjoying an earth-shattering street buzz with a cluster of singles including Glue, Nuh Unruly, Airplane Mood, Born Fi Dweet and My Daughter. The artiste recently released his debut Album. 

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