Tha Vor Lights It Up For 2014


Hip-hop artist, Tha Vor who is based in Toronto, Ontario (Canada) is lighting things up for 2014 with his dancehall track “light this up” on the Get Robbed Riddim.


In the song he refers to marijuana as his lady that he plans to light up and speaks (in some arguably graphic details) about how she pleases him. On top of a hardcore dancehall rhythm, Tha Vor uses metaphors to talk about his love for cannabis in a unique way that is sure to capture the attention of the listener.

Although Tha Vor is primarily known for his conscious rap music, he does not shy away from dabbling in Reggae and Dancehall as he was born in Kingston, Jamaica though brought up in Canada. The Reggae community began to pay close attention to him in 2009 when he released the very powerful Roots Reggae single entitled, King of Glory. To learn more about Tha Vor visit http://mjent.net/thavor.html

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