Ward 21 OG Kush Video - WARD 21 is back! With a Hardcore EP the Waterhouse trio starts their new campaign.
First single off the "Power Surge EP"
is the BABY G (YARDVYBZ) produced "OG Kush" which sees MARK WARD
delivering a hitbound hook and SUKU WARD with his signature bass verses.
"OG Kush" has all the qualities to become yet another WARD 21 anthem for all the Gangstaz, Ghetto Hustlaz and naturally the Girlz.
Ward 21 is a group of dancehall musicians and producers from Kingston, Jamaica, named after the psychiatric ward at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston.
Comprising Ward 21 are renowned producers and have created hit dancehall riddims like "Badda Badda", "Da Joint", "Bellyas", and "Volume" as well as hit singles like "Haters" and "Judgement Day".
The group formed in the late 1990s and originally had four members — Kunley McCarthy, Andre "Suku" Gray, Mark "Meandawg" Henry, and Ranaldo "Rumblood" Evans.
They were mentored by King Jammy and acted as selectors for his sound system. After leaving Jammy they signed to New York label Natural Bridge.
They had their first success with the "Bada Bada" riddim in 1998, which was the basis of tracks by Beenie Man, Elephant Man and Chuck Fenda.
As well as success as producers they had hits in their own right with tracks such as "Haters", "Judgement Day", and "Blood Stain".
The group's first album, Mentally Disturbed, was released in 2001.