Kiddo Marv, Zoey Dollaz, and Sam Sneak hop on a Rippa on the Beat production and show out! It’s no secret that us Haitians are super talented, and hardworking, especially the ones coming out of the Three Oh Five! The Haitian culture is one that is often imitated, but can NEVER be duplicated. These 4 talented Miami artists represents for their culture and the city of Miami the best way they know how to and that’s through the art of music. Each bringing something different to the track that together brings a fun track that you can’t help to vibe out too. Watch Me is a track that everyone, from any walk of life can appreciate, relate too and enjoy. To me Watch Me is a track that allows you to be proud and confident of who you are, and what you’ve been through. Although this track does shed light to the Haitian culture from the production to the creole references, we all know what is to rep were you come from with pride and joy. You don’t have to be from Miami, or even from Haiti to really grasp the real concept of what this song means. It’s about who you loud, and proud. Watch Me was released right before Haitian Flag Day it has been doing phenomenally well since. Individuals from all over are seen showing off their two steps, and representing for their country, appreciating timeless music.
Watch Me: Kidoo Marv x Zoey Dollaz x Sam Sneak – Produced by: Rippa On The Beat