Jamaican singer Zagga tackles social issues in ‘Bad and Hungry’

Reggae singer Zagga
Reggae singer Zagga

Reggae singer Zagga has unveiled a new music video in which he tackles hunger, violence and the myriad of issues encompassing both.

The entertainer debuted the music video for Bad And Hungry on his YouTube page last week. In the song that is produced by Amini Music, Zagga sings: “Nuff badman can’t put on a pot, so right now if that’s where badness is at, me nuh badda wah bad…. a just a bag a hungry man with gun a shoot after some hungry man with gun my lord unuh fi do better, wise up and go look the chedda dweet nuh bredda.” 

Shot throughout St Ann by Khingcam Visuals, the video forms part of a rebranding exercise currently being undertaken by the Rastafarian crooner.

Zagga said that although the song has been out for some time, the video was delayed due to efforts to complete other pending projects. 

Nonetheless, the My Destination hitmaker says additional plans are already afoot for more visuals as the last quarter of the year draws to a close. 

Zagga is best known for his work with Chimney Records, a partnership that has yielded several fruitful projects such as Change, Remember The Days, Never Give Up and Free Up featuring Tarrus Riley.