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Bunji Garlin – Truck On D Road ft. Kardinal Offishall (Prod. Jus Now) [Audio]

Toronto, ON – Trinidad and Tobago ragga soca artist, Bunji Garlin, teamed up with our very own Canadian bad bwai, Kardinal Offishall, for this official (or should I say — Offishall) remix of “Truck On D Road.”

This track is a banging mash-up of drum-and-bass, and soca. And this remix is made that much better because Kardinal goes off on us: he’s versing about how his turned-upedness is making kidneys shift. He’s shouting out Whitney Houston. And then he’s all like: “You’re listening to the Big Truck General.” And things get real. I have a major soft-spot for dancehall. So I’m completely biased when I say this, but you should probably put this joint on “repeat” for a while. The track was produced by the Jus Now duo (Sam Interface and LAZABeam). Check it out below.

Bunji Garlin – Truck On D Road ft. Kardinal Offishall (Prod. Jus Now) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com


Twitter: @KardinalO | @BUNJIGARLIN | @saminterface | @lazabeam14 | @JusNowMusic

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