“I am pleased with the response to ‘Money Best Friend’. It is a definite attention grabber, the fans say the beat is different and they love the unique flow, and the message that money is your best friend. My music is mostly streamed in North and South America, Africa and parts of Europe, so things are looking up, especially in Zimbabwe,” Nerro, whose real name is Leon Levy, said.

“This song is mostly inspired by what’s going on around me now, I accept the idea that I may get bun, there is no jealousy in my game. The song is partly inspired by my own relationship, I am going through a divorce right now so you know how that go,” the artiste whose real name is Donaro Stanford, said.

The artiste, whose real name is Tashawn George Gabbidon, not only has one of the most unique images in dancehall today, he possesses a brilliant high-pitched delivery that is popular among teens. He broke through to stardom with last year’s street anthem, ‘Go Hard’ and has steadily amassed fans in a meteoric rise to the top of the dancehall gam