Flava Don - YouTube has been blowing up, literally, with varying comments about Flava Don's controversial single 'Touch And Fret', which was produced by Classic Ash Records.
The song, featured on the Heat Wave rhythm, was released in March and has since become a hot topic in many dancehall circles as well as popular social media websites.
Varying comments have been made about the song from viewers. some of these comments include: "This is not even amusing ... it sends the wrong message and these artistes must be more mindful that are very influential. Not even sure if it is anti or pro HIV" and "People listen well to the message because a nuff people right now need to hear this."
The young deejay, who resides in Spanish Town, St Catherine, has said he never envisioned the song gathering this amount of attention in such a short period of time but went on to address comments which pars the song as an advocate for unsafe sex.
a very clear message
"The song has a very clear message and that is unsafe sex is not good for you in no way possible until you know your partner's status and vice versa," Flava Don said.
"We (artistes) have to sing about reality. I am not surprised by those who think the song is endorsing unprotected sex. But, I am certain that is not the message," the deejay continued.
Since its release, Touch And Fret has received close to 500,000 views on YouTube. Flava Don also said that there are plans in place to shoot a music video for the single.Listen Touch and Fret here
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