Protoje in the UK Part 3: “Stylin” and The Reality of Poverty

Just before his appearance on the 2014 Notting Hill Carnival, Protoje linked with Reshma B for an exclusive interview at the offices of Clash Music UK, where Reshma B writes the monthly reggae column. In the third part of their epic reasoning Protoje gives a taste of his single “Stylin” and discusses the meaning behind his lyric “Poverty no real then.” Subscribe to Boomshots TV for more crucial reggae and dancehall videos.

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