DJ Khaled Taps Buju Banton, Capleton and Bounty Killa and Barrington Levy for Legendary Collab

American producer DJ Khaled brought together four Jamaican music legends for a collaboration off his latest body of work ‘KHALED KHALED’.

The album features songs from Hip-Hop heavyweights like JAY-Z, Nas, Lil Wayne, Drake and Diddy, but it is the legendary Buju Banton, Capleton, Barrington Levy, and Bounty Killer that steal the show with an aggressive collaboration.

Buju Banton, Capleton and Bounty Killa provide the verses for the track, titled “Where You Come From”, which samples Barrington Levy’s 1985 hit song “Under Mi Sensi”.

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Levy also adlibs one of his iconic phrases, “Hey, natty dreadlocks, a where you come from?’/” throughout the song.

“Let’s be CLEAR! All these artists have NEVER collaborated on one record before. This is HISTORY. JAMAICA I LOVE YOU!,” DJ Khaled tweeted while premiering the video on social media.

The official music video was shot in Jamaica at the “Holy Mountain” estate in St. Ann. Since its release on May 1, the video has garnered over 3 million Youtube views and is currently the number two trending song on the platform.

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Watch the video below:

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