Randy Thomas aka “FaReal” says Music Isn't A Competition

by Everl Jimbino
(Jamaica)


Artiste FaReal Sets the Record Clear, that Music is A Mission, Not A Competition with New Song

Brooklyn, New York, June 2015 — Artiste Randy Thomas aka “FaReal” sets the record straight with his new song “Mr. BadMind”, a straight shot at artistes aiming to undermine his brand. With today's dancehall becoming somewhat of a competitive sport, rival DJ’s are constantly sparring for their place at the top. With that being said, dancehall is a small arena with few artistes competing. Therefore, when FaReal was recently met with underhanded jabs by fellow artist, he did not hesitate to deliver lyrical shots with his new viral single “Mr. BadMind”, a response that may have artists thinking twice before calling out the ‘Di Realest’. Mr. BadMind is on Good Good Production's latest project Liqour Riddim; with artist such as Mavado, Beanie Man, Alkaline, etc.

When discussing the politics surrounding the release of “Mr. BadMind ,” FaReal asserts: “Music is a mission in which artist should use as postive inspiration to a generation, and not use to compete and tear another artist down. We should uplift each other. Rid our selves of that 'crab in barrel' mentality.

Song link
 https://m.soundcloud.com/aka-fareal/mr-badmind-fa-real-liquor-riddim

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