Rapper Inky drops the official visual for "Island Slang"

Caribbean rap artist Inky has been making waves for some time in the industry and has accumulated thousands of plays/views over the years.

(PRUnderground) October 18th, 2020

Inky is a rising artist from the Island of Sint Maarten and has been paving his own way these last few years. He was featured in a Sint Maarten cypher back in 2013 with other artist from the island. Up until December 2019 he was just “testing the waters” with his music.

Inky solidified his stake in the music industry by starting his own record label called Ink Gang in 2019. Ink Gang is his way of pushing forth and doing it all on his own without the assistance of a label.

“Island Slang”, his latest release, comes on the heels of other tracks like “Stunt”, “Proud of That”, & “All I Know” which were all released earlier this year.

He released the visual to the song “Island Slang”, which was released in July following the visual of his song “Proud of that” featuring Rude that was dropped back in May of 2020. “Island Slang” is one of Inky’s personal favorites. The song acquired its name from what some call “island slang” such as “back out the tool” and a few other phrases that are commonly used on the island of Sint Maarten. He likes this song because he says it reminds him of home. He feels all of his music is “creative and well organized” not just limited to “Island Slang”. Collectively his music has accumulated thousands of views over the course of the year, with “Island Slang” in the lead with the most plays and views at the moment. He plans to drop many more songs similar to Island Slang but with their own unique melody. “Each song will be different but the same because it’s going to be the same me and I can’t just change and do something or be someone different”, Inky added.

His dropped music has all proudly been published independently under his label, Ink Gang. Ink Gang is Ultra-modern, bass heavy full of lyricism, and Good melodies label. The tracks showcase the full potential of Inky as a Hip-Hop Superstar. Inky is a studio Powerhouse that spends hours in the studio who is focused on perfecting his craft, and bringing good content to the world, the industry and most importantly his fans. We are sure Inky plans on releasing more music soon, so be on the look out for more songs like Island Slang.

Inky –

">Island Slang [Official Music Video]

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