Produced by DI Productions, this uplifting song sees the deejay live up to his moniker, as he calls attention to the desire he and many other ghetto youths possess in trying to reach the top of their chosen professions.
Throughout the single, Krymis puts an enormous amount of emotions showing off his skills on an up-tempo yet conscious beat.
The lyrics mirror Krymis' mentality in a genre which, as previously mentioned, now sees two of its greats squaring off. Having known and been affiliated with Mavado and viewing Bounty Killer as the 'General' in music, the young deejay insists he is taking no sides as his career remains his main focus.
"Right now, mi just a do me, mi no inna no distractions. The song is getting a good juggling, playing pon regular rotation. We a get some good energy from the dance dem, including Weddy Weddy Wednesdays. That's all I've ever wanted. I feel like it's a very great step," he said.
In addition to promoting his song, Krymis continues to show off writing skills as he currently writes for deejay and slang specialist Quick Cook and recently featured with him on Game Over, a single featured on ZJ Liquid's Good Book rhythm.
He is also currently working with up-and-coming producer Red Boom, and is featured on the Super Juggling rhythm.