Popcaan is not feeling Usain Bolt’s new song “Living The Dream” with his manager Nugent ‘NJ’ Walker.
The retired Jamaican sprint legend is looking to continue his growth in the music business his latest offering however the reviews aren’t so favourable.
One of the latest critics to “Living The Dream” is Popcaan who on Instagram urged Bolt to help youths with “real musical talent” instead recording himself and NJ.
“Wid all due respect legend, me feel like you fi just help up some youth wid real musical talent! Them deyya nuff,” the “Family” deejay said. “NJ a mi fam, but please just give some hungry youth wey actually have the talent tha platform deh,” he continued.
Usain Bolt is not stranger to the music industry, In 2019, the World’s Fastest man released his debut riddim titled Olympe Rose. It featured artistes such as dancehall’s top runners Christopher Martin, Ding Dong, Munga Honourable and Dexta Daps and retired footballer Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner.