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VALIANT RELEASE FINAL SONG PRAISING OBEAH

by prezzi

Dancehall artist Valiant, known for his songs promoting the practice of witchcraft (obeah), has seen immense success with his latest track “Sainty,” accumulating over 480,000 views in just three days.

The music video itself draws inspiration from popular US horror films like Nightmare on Elm Street, featuring captivating imagery of black magic and witchcraft. From burning candles to gothic masks and a hauntingly eerie scarecrow, Valiant incorporates elements of sorcery, parchment paper, and mysterious obeah women, intertwining them with an illicit undertone.

True to his style, Valiant doesn’t forget to include references to hustling and the allure of illicit cash, which have become synonymous with his hits.

The song “Sainty” was produced by NSG Music Group – Diplomats Records, while the visually captivating video was expertly shot by 9Mile Visuals.

Recently, Valiant couldn’t resist engaging with fans in the comments section of a Star article about him on Instagram. Responding to a reader’s suggestion that he should stop singing about obeah, he humorously tagged the woman and replied, “๐Ÿ˜‚went corporate, no need to ๐Ÿ™Œ.”

This reference to going corporate alludes to Valiant’s new role as a brand ambassador for Digicel Jamaica, highlighting his expansion into more mainstream and corporate endeavors.

However, despite his corporate endeavors, it’s evident that Valiant isn’t abandoning the unique and captivating “siance” formula that has propelled his career to new heights.

To experience the enchanting world of “Sainty,” simply press play on the video above and immerse yourself in Valiant’s mesmerizing performance.

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