Ding Dong and JDon Heights Drops Flashy “Feisty” Visual

Ding Dong has released his latest single, a collaboration with upcoming artist, Jdon Heights. Style dem when mi see dem ntn nah neat up, a bigger engine buy an now dem better keep up” Ding Dong sings. It mainly surrounds the themes of material success by celebrating “name brand” clothes, cars, and accessories. The Ravers Clavers leader’s 2009 single “Holiday” was considered one of the best holiday tunes that year, as it captured the vibe of what summer was supposed to be like. Jdon Heights is a part of Teejay’s Uptop Camp, and many fans were quick to point out their similarity in style and sound. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) The song titled “Feisty” and its music video has so far worked up a number of positive comments from fans, who are convinced that this is a new summer jam from Ding Dong. The song also includes the typical Dancehall themes celebrating women and money. The two artists are fashionably attired, flashing money, drinking expensive liquors, and basically “braffing” with women throughout the video. “Mi feisty nuh f**k, name brand alone cover mi knee cup. The video moves from the setting of a house party to a pool party with women twerking in bikinis, giving off the summer vibe. The song, posted on Ding Dong’s YouTube page, is produced by Sikes Misiq and chopped by African Kydd. The comment section of the video is also flooded with fire emojis and a number of other positive feedback from fans. While Jdon Heights is still an artist on the rise, the 27-year-old has been gaining much more recognition this year, and his fans are speculating that this year will be the year of his big breakthrough. One person commented, “Who agree with me Jdon heights sound like teejay,” and another agreed, “Issa next Teejay.”
Still, Jdon has created his own identity, being an ambassador for Starbuds Jamaica, a local dispensary, and Lion Pride, Jamaica’s first rolling paper company.