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Masicka Describes ‘Generation Of Kings’ as a Timeless Creation for Future Generations

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Masicka currently holds the top spot in the dancehall scene with the recent release of his second album, “Generation Of Kings.” The dancehall sensation has garnered praise from both fellow musicians and fans, with many considering the album a potential classic. This is not unfamiliar territory for Masicka, as his debut project, “438,” also received high acclaim.

“Generation Of Kings” lives up to its title, according to Masicka, who shared that he crafted the album with the intention of creating music that would resonate for generations. The album made an impressive debut at No. 1 on the iTunes Reggae chart, surpassing even Bob Marley’s legendary “Legend,” a significant accomplishment likened by Masicka to the iconic moment of Michael Jordan holding his first NBA Championship trophy.

Featuring 17 tracks, the album includes collaborations with notable artists such as Spice, Popcaan, Lila Ike, Chronic Law, Fave, Fridayy, and Dexta Daps. Notably, this project marks Masicka’s first release under his new deal with Def Jam Recordings, a record deal he secured earlier in the year, leading to the immediate commencement of album recording.

Producers contributing to the album include Atto Wallace, Boi-1da, Dunw3ll, Gabe Lucas, JuanRa, Mario Hemmings, Moz Zaro Hamm, and SMPLGTWY. Sources within the Genahsyde camp revealed plans for the release of several music videos for popular tracks from the album, such as “Stars R Us” featuring Popcaan and “Triumph” featuring Chronic Law and Lila Ike.

In a recent interview, Masicka expressed that Bounty Killer is his primary influence in the dancehall genre, shaping his musical career. He cited Bounty Killer’s aggressiveness, drive, and powerful presence as qualities that deeply inspired him during the early stages of his career.

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