"Where We Come From" is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes in his essay on the album:
"Where We Come From" gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.
Directed by Nile Saulter Produced by Carleene Samuels Creative Direction by Susannah Webb
"Love Yuh Bad" is produced by Dre Skull.
Dancehall wizard Popcaan released his excellent debut album Where We Come From earlier this year. It's an album that certainly deserves to be revisited, which is why we're happy to share the artist's new video.
"Love Yuh Bad" is one of many highlights on the album, and now it gets the visual treatment complete with the artist and a young lady chilling in a small, secluded house in the middle of the jungle. It's a classic love story, complete with plenty of lush greenery and hot sun.
Depending on where you are, you're likely freezing cold today, so let the "Love Yuh bad" clip warm you up above. -- Exclaim!
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