Furtyle criticises the ‘worthless choppa’ | Entertainment

Dancehall artiste Furtyle sends an open and honest message to the youth in his recently released single Worthless Choppa.

“Being from Montego Bay, we value any opportunity we can get to make money and put that money to good use. But there are some youths who spend all their money on flashy things like cars, but then they have nowhere to live. So this song highlights making better choices,” the artiste explained. With the different definitions of ‘choppa’, he clarified that it doesn’t necessarily mean ‘scammer’.

“Any hustle you have, whether it’s a business overseas or you’re selling produce down in the market, just being a hustler overall makes you a choppa,” he elaborated.

The accompanying music video, directed by Tinman of Swag TV Films, was released with the track on September 4, and has been racking up views on YouTube and positive feedback.

“I’m confident that this will be my breakthrough song. I believe it can skyrocket and do a great deal for my career,” he said. Furtyle has previously released songs such as Boss Up, Ambush and Money Mek.

“I have so many new songs that are set to be released, the next one being 13th Street. The base of it is reality. I’ve been doing a lot of songs recently that address what’s going on in the world right now. I put a lot of my experiences into my music so I want to express that in the best way I can,” he said.

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