Chronic Law, a flexible Jamaican musician, has launched a new masterwork single titled ‘RIP.’

Chronic Law uses vocal collaboration and assistance from talented singer-rapper Pop Style, who produced an outstanding verse.

Chronic Law, on the other hand, appears to be preparing for future project work, based on his recent consistency and subsequent releases.

Even so, the artist has been consistently dropping viral hits since the beginning of the year. This is the follow-up to his previous singles, ‘More Money, Live Large, Murdera, and You.’

The vocalist creates a sound that has been referred to as a good change by fusing the dynamic tempo and passion of highlife with the percussion and electronic vibrations of electronic dance music.

The song is about the big-boy lifestyle, with the key themes of celebrity, cruise, and flex.

You wouldn’t want to ignore this, either, as it’s a fantastic blockbuster single.

Quotable Lyrics;

Yow, me fi go a foreign and no go ’cause me can’t carry you
Now you up a heaven ’cause it a fi have a garrison
Year beforе you gone you say no left it, so me carry fеw
And the killa dem weh yah so solid than Italy shoes
The boy weh violate, the dawg dem done go put him ‘pon the news
You say fi kill dem smart
Sometime the circle d’even have a clue
Me import couple dawgs weh cut up people fine than callaloo
Me know you up a heaven and a chill with [?]

Me know me killa up a heaven
None a me killa no in a hell, yeah
Me know them must a talk to God
A say them nigga a go sin again
Dawg, I’ve been fighting so long in a boiling sun, a snow storm
Hear me now
Me know me killa up a heaven
None a me killa no in a hell

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