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Popcaan silence: Since discharging his introduction LP Where We Come From in 2014 using Brooklyn-based name Mixpak, Jamaican craftsman Popcaan has delighted in global acknowledgment, teaming up with any semblance of Jamie xx, Gorillaz and Giggs. Having been tested and referenced by Drake, Popcaan’s vocals were lamentably rejected for Drizzy’s single Controlla.
That hasn’t blocked his climb, mind. As he stays under the Mixpak flag, it’s reasonable Popcaan – when a protege of Vybz Kartel – is appreciating the organic products that accompany being dancehall’s blurb kid on Forever. Here, Popcaan mirrors his natural bombast with affectability. The chest-expanding Superstar sees Popcaan gladly gloat of his stature in pop’s higher classes, yet on sentiment riddims like Mi Luv Yuh and Through the Storm he conveys arms-out-wide declarations of affection.
It’s not all warmth – on occasion, the record neglects to justify the secure runtime and its verses in some cases fall empty. For the more significant part of the album, the sweet signature sound of Dre Skull’s generation sparkles splendidly, and Forever is an album that sees Popcaan look past his publicity.