Dancehall artiste Dexta Daps has come out praising veteran deejay Louie Culture following his impressive feature on the remix of his hit track Call Me If.
Daps took to Instagram where he labelled the ‘Ole Gangalee’ a legend. “Man voice still sound like all that n a bag a chipsss, crispyyyyy legend. This history can’t repeat… Go follow d royalty” he wrote below a snippet of the music video.
Also in a previous post, he expressed his gratitude to Culture for working with him on the song. “I think it’s safe to say us yung dogs needs the VETTS in the Game. Much Respek N Love with Many Thanks 2 Louie Culture 4 Joining Us On This Remixxxx. Definitely is an honor 2 create along such Legend.”
Fans too have been showing their appreciation to Louie Culture since the remix came out. One fan wrote “he went off. Love this song” to which Dexta Daps replied “boss still got d sting”. Another fan was captioned as saying “yo mi seh the first time mi watch dis…when Louie part come on…mi done 2 clip”.
The song has been receiving rave reviews since it release, however it has not been without controversy after some criticised the move to include Tory Lanez who allegedly shot rapper Megan Thee Stallion.