DeeWunn continues on his “Bunx” trend
DEEWUNN CONTINUES ON HIS “BUNX” TREND.
Jamaican emcee and songwriter, DeeWunn, teams up with Canadian label Rebel Vibez. The label has been spearheaded by Canadian reggae advocate, Carrie Mullings, and uprising female composer Renee Brown, of Black Orchid Music, for his new record “Ribbibunx”. Fusing a classic dancehall sound with a new age flow, the three have created a hit-ready track that is bound to make waves throughout the reggae markets worldwide.
DeeWunn gathered some of Montreal’s biggest industry players for his Music Video which was filmed before he left on tour. The video matches the vibe of the song, offering an old school feel with a strong focus on today’s Afropunk movement. The concept was brought together by Reeva Ann Walker with the help of Montreal’s buzzing videographers, Fatty Soprano and Shutter. The two also filmed and edited the final masterpiece, bringing life to the head bopping single. The video features Montreal’s renowned street dancer “Lyrykz” and popular model “KayShauna Koj”.
“Ribbibunx” is the artist’s first single since his debut album, “Bunx Up”, which released late last year and featured viral hit “Mek It Bunx Up”. Produced by Kunley McCarthy of Ward 21, the album did very well on the international market and highlighted other tracks such as “In The Ghetto”, “Highgrade, White Rum” (feat. Marcy Chin, Sly Rankin), “Get Vex” (feat. Timberlee), and “Gimmie 60” (feat. Natalie Storm). Since the songs media release and sneak preview dancers and fans of “Bunx Up” have already been requesting the new song.