Third World Don & Rygin King release “Me Spend”
The song, produced by CH3ZY on the 3RD Eye Music imprint, is distributed by Zojak Worldwide Music.
US-based record producer, Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins, has much to say about the song.
“I have listened to the song several times, and each time I am convinced that “Me Spend,” is the perfect song for the summer and beyond. Its electrifying lyrics represent the fun associated with good party vibes.”
“We all need to unwind after a hard day’s work, and summer seems to be the perfect season to unleash the excitement. And, what an appropriate title as “Me Spend.” This is what summer party attracts, a lot of spenders on clothes, the popping of champagne, and women who must be entertained.”
“In short, the song represents the ultimate desire of men and women to have fun, which is one of the reasons for working so hard and enjoying some of what we earn.”
Hudgins feels that the song will give Third World Don much more than a lion’s share of respect in dancehall circles.
“The earnings of Third World Don, given name Michael Barnett, will, at least, triple this year, due to creative marketing which includes features, shows, while expanding his fanbase.”
“Moving forward will be great as plans are in place to make him headliner for my upcoming “Just for Peace” album – a project geared towards promoting peace worldwide through positive music.”
Hudgins adds that “having worked with Grammy winners, including Kabaka Pyramid, keeps reminding me of the wealth of talent which is in the dancehall landscape.”
“Rygin King is definitely proving his kingship in dancehall music. His image is simply dynamic, and this comes out in the video as he sits like a king on his throne, with expensive garbs and jewellery and the absolute ease of showering sexy, attractive girls with dollars”.
Don (short for Third World Don) is remembered for the hit song “Riverside (Let’s Go)” as part of the music group Wizard Sleeve (2005-2012).
The song is noted for being one of BBC Radio 1’s top 40 singles, with over 23 million streams on Spotify. His solo singles include “Blessed,” “Kelly Price,” and “Heaven.” His albums “Trenchtown,” “Third World Don,” and “Not A Rapper” are among his best.
Rygin King, born Matthew Smith, is from the second city of Montego Bay in Jamaica, a factory for unearthing dancehall talents such as Teejay, Rhyme Minister, and Squash.
Rygin King’s first songs include “Tuff” in 2018. He quickly followed his dream, recording songs like “3ZN,” (2018) and “Therapy” (2021). His biggest hit, “Glu,” spent 36 weeks on the Jamaican Top 40 chart, accumulating 16.2 million views.