Video: Imari Featured On New Gully Bop Single

January 8, 2015

Local rapper Imari is featured on a new single from Jamaican artist Gully Bop, adding several verses to the song, called “Drop Mi,” with the YouTube video earning nearly 75,000 views since being posted on January 2, 2015.

The new song comes on the heels on Imari’s appearance at Magnum Sting 2014, one of the biggest concerts of the year in Jamaica, where she performed alongside artists including Tommy Lee Sparta, Kabaka Pyramid, and Blak Ryno.

In reporting on the song, the Jamaica Observer said, “Rapper Imari adds an international flavour, supporting Gully Bop’s arguments rapping that his sudden rise to fame has not been experienced by many and can inevitably lead to jealousy.”

The first official track Imari released was ‘Talk2MeStr8′, and she has gone on to be named the Best Female Rapper at Tha Underground Music Awards, as well as winning the Best Song of the Year award.

Gully Bop featuring Imari – Drop Mi:

Imari’s Facebook fan page previously said, “When I was younger I remember recording a radio show on about two or three cassette tapes. I had music mixes, shout-outs, and my cousin was my co-host.

“I kept these tapes for as long I could….it wasn’t until I lost them that I realized that I wanted to be involved someway-somehow with music. One of those games you always want to play. I had never considered being a rapper until about 20 or so.

“Ever since my decision to do so, I have been and still am determined to become one of the best female MCs that many will hear.”

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  1. Bermudian says:

    She’s actually really good. I can’t say much for the reggae artist. Hopefully she can get out on her own.

  2. Micro says:

    Not bad, not bad at all.

  3. Cafe Au Lait says:

    Wow the song has not one – but two notes. Count em TWO. Ok, maybe three.

    I love Imari – she makes the song in my opinion.

  4. A Photog says:

    Hey where is the article that Glenn Tucker wrote