Jahmiel Blue Face 324 New Empire Records

Jahmiel Blue Face 324 New Empire Records - Is Jahmiel throwing shades at Tommy Lee Sparta in his latest single titled "Blue Face"?

Jahmiel - Blue Face

In the song Jahmiel deejay "August Town the pussi dem a pree man, I put a cross pon the bullet and murder the demon"

In the dancehall circle Tommy Lee Sparta is also known as "Uncle Demon", so is it coincident that the line was added that line to this song?.

Song: Blue Face
Artiste: Jahmiel
Producer: 324 New Empire
Genre: Dancehall
Distributed by: Johnny Wonder 21st

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