Dancehall Singer Dexta Daps Gets Backlash For Casting White Actors In New Visual Off “VENT” Album

Dancehall singjay Dexta Daps catches some heat from his fans for his new visuals off his upcoming album, VENT.

Armed with new music, a brand new video, and promises of a summer album, Dexta Daps attempts to woo his fans. Sadly he is met with strong resistance from some fans for his choice of talent used in the visuals. We may not be wrong to say that dancehall artiste Dexta Daps has cultivated an impressive fanbase compromising of mostly females. How else could a track such as “Breaking News,” which promotes females taking revenge into their own hands, garner such a cult following.

Dexta Daps captured his fans in 2014 with his controversial breakout single “7Eleven,” which made it clear that he had no problems with sharing his queen or cares much about her past. 2017 saw the Seaview Gardens based artiste providing a steamy seductively charged debut project titled Intro. The 12 track project featured song such as “Only U,” “Love Vacation,” and the fan-favorite “Owner,” that came packaged with one of the raunchiest music videos to be provided by a dancehall artiste.

The “Naked” deejay is gearing up to drop yet another project this summer, and this time he is choosing to VENT about his problems. VENT is scheduled for a July release. However, being the showman he is, he has decided to whet his fans’ appetites with his brand new song and music video.

Dexta appoints manager and director Rahim Visram to present the concept of “HEARTLESS” – “the season premiere of his new original visual series” fashioned off his forthcoming album. The details of the story are gifted to us in the video’s description, as Visram concocts the story of Dexta meeting “his Bride-To-Be at the altar. As he begins to share his vows, he finds himself reminiscing about her deceitful ways. Before saying I do, Dexta confronts her ulterior motives.”

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