Producer Rvssian is distancing himself from a new Alkaline song that disses Bounty Killer and Foota Hype, as he said he only made the rhythm.
The song, Anywhere We Go, surfaced on YouTube yesterday and in most labels it is being said that the song was produced by both ZJ Chrome and Rvssian.
Quite likely to cause some controversy, Alkaline deejays, "... No gal caan clown man, after mi a nuh Killa or bman Foota Hype."
While he is yet to get any negative backlash, Rvssain said he just wants to set the record straight.
"I really haven't looked into the feedback, I just wanted to put it out there that I am not involved," he told THE STAR.
"I just built the rhythm for ZJ Chrome, but when it came out I got tagged in it."
On a more positive note, Rvssian is still smiling about one of his productions, Passion Whine that was done by Puerto Rican Farruko and Sean Paul, going platinum.
"I feel good because two Jamaicans were involved in the song. It shows that good things can still happen," he said, noting that the song was also number one on the Latin Billboard chart.
And in a couple weeks, Rvssian might see some additional success with a new Vybz Kartel track, New Jordans, that he produced and also did vocals for. He stressed that the song was recorded before Vybz Kartel's incarceration.
He said he will also be doing a music video for the song in the short term and promises that it will be "an interesting video
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