New Music: Kayla Bliss- Red Hott

It’s no secret that songstress Kayla Bliss is a woman of many talents, probably the only singer who can switch to just about any genre she feels like (and kill it) and is a force to reckoned with.

After dropping a few hot joints alongside the likes of Jesse Royal and Sizzla on XTM Nation productions like the “Long Days, Short Nights” Riddim, Kayla Bliss steps up today with a brand new one-away single called “Red Hott.” The rhythm track, an update of Alton Ellis’s classic “Can I Change My Mind” featuring Sly Dunbar on drums and Donald Dennis on bass, bubbles like soup on a fire while Kayla sings about why she, Kareem “Reemus” Burrell, and the whole XTM Family are “Red Hott.” Even when the Brooklyn-based singer is making moves with one of Jamaica’s most respected production teams she always makes sure her “nails well done and my hair intact”—oh yeah, and she always burns “the stinkest of hash.” What better way to mark the late great Phillip “Fatis” Burrell’s birthday than to continue his musical legacy.

Listen to this Red Hott track here:

Keep It Real

Be funny. Don't be mean. We may remove comments that cross the line.