Dancehall/Reggae singjay, I-Octane and breakthrough deejay, Chan Dizzy have re-affirmed their statuses as stalwarts within the industry with their new hit, Til Kingdom Come.

Produced by prominent Dancehall producer, Tarik Johnston aka Russian of Head Concussion Records, Til Kingdom Come offers a stark display of lyrical ingenuity while addressing the ever-pressing issue of envy or “bad mind.” Vowing that their enemies won’t hinder their progress, I-Octane and Chan Dizzy assert their presence on the track as they give praise to the Almighty for all the blessings received throughout their careers. I-Octane leads off the initial verse by saying, “Death dem nah go see, no care how pagans shot off a mi, work witchcraft on mi, A Jah a provide hard for me, so dem nah see me inna pain and agony.”

Chan Dizzy follows up by saying, “Dem nah go eva get fi hear mi seh mi last words, dem nah see mi flesh a pass dirt, nah see no church or funeral, seen no pastor, jus’ gwaan envy mi hard work.”

Already Til Kingdom Come has copped over 10,000 YouTube views since its release last week and has earned strong airplay across ZIP FM and other local radio stations.

For I-Octane, 2012 has already seen hits from the elite singjay such as Walk With Jah Jah, Mama Food Put On, produced by Buju Banton‘s son, Markus Myrie and Money Me Want on the Riva Stone Riddim.

Meanwhile, Chan Dizzy released his first single of 2012 entitled Mi Nuh Care on the Off The Bench Riddim last week.