Black-ER gets Yeshie Renee horny

by Jan 28, 2024News

Black-Er gets Yeshie Renee horny

Black-ER, who helped Macka Diamond with ‘Bun Him’, is now throwing his full support behind fast-rising dancehall diva Yeshie Renee. The two have collaborated with the perfect hook, ‘Money Mek She Horny’. This, a sex-driven song produced by veteran disc jockey Gary G, is expected to be released before month-end.

“I met Yeshie Renee through Gary G, a popular radio disc jockey. It was during the season of giving and receiving. All this coincides with females wanting the hottest hairstyles and clothes.”

“I began to search for the perfect hook, ‘Money Mek She Horny’, and the perfect girl to dish out these tempting lyrics.”

“My search stopped at Yeshie Renee. She has a great body, and so too is her lyrical prowess shown in her popular song ‘Boom’, so I began to write the lyrics knowing she could bounce about the feelings of females. I gave Yeshie a raw cut of the lyrics to get familiar and replace some of my lyrics with hers. The song was recorded at a studio in Portmore.”

“The new year has definitely started with a boom song which I know will be well supported by many fans.”

Black-ER, popularly known as Fi Di Females, has been unearthing slangs that keep dancehall interest at its peak.

For example, the song ‘Two Man’ featuring Baby Doll enhanced by a music video, is a tongue wag, amassing 50,000 views within three weeks. The explosive, ‘One Man Can’t Mind Her’, broadly shows the reality of high costs of living where multiple men need to foot the different bills for women.

The most successful ‘Bun Him’ combination with Macka Diamond, is still the whopper of all combinations with the song becoming an anthem.

Black-ER, a man of many colours, is the only male artistes who defends the females; capable of serving a number one song any season of the year.

Black-ER, like Sidney Poitier, commands attention each time he hits the stage. In addition, he is the creator of Jamaican slangs which promote our culture.

The Black-ER Top 20 Charts, shown on FLOW cable and Reggae TV, continue to expose the great and varied music of the Caribbean.

Some of his latest music tremors include ‘Tik Tok Chaka Chaka’ and ‘Girl Nice E’.

(Photos contributed)

Read more about:

Black-ER x Yeshie Renee – Money Mek She Horny