Teflon: “Solid To The End”


Reggae and Dancehall artist Teflon has just released a visual for the song "Solid To The End."

In a 2016 interview, with Reggae website Upsetta, Teflon said this:

"Young King, aka Teflon is a Rastafarian Dancehall and Reggae music artist from the Jamaican parish St Mary. The parish is known for producing great artists and contributors to the genre. I and I presents a powerful musical talent, voice and message of Jah, love and respect globally. I name Teflon came from I and I friends because I was unstoppable both in mind and spirit. Whereas anything I and I put I mind to I will not stop until I achieved it. I put a meaning for Teflon which meant 'Teach Each Forever Love Over Nations.'”

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