Bless and Lemme of The Moment of Truth Podcast sit down with Canadian reggae icon Snow. 27 years after his smash hit informer he returns to the game with over 1 billion views and a certified diamond single for his collaboration with Daddy Yankee, Con Calma.
Canadian singer, Snow, is not a man who is easily influenced by the noise. His words and actions delineate that he does what he wants to do, when he wants to do it. Interestingly, when it comes to his love affair with reggae and dancehall music, he makes it clear that Jamaicans call the shots.
In the most sanguine tone, he relayed that if Jamaicans had ever accused him of appropriating or misrepresenting dancehall music, just like that, he would have pulled the plug on his career.
“I had to get approved from Jamaica before anybody else could really like me and I understand that,” he told The Gleaner. “If Jamaicans came to me and said, ‘Yow Snow, we don’t understand you doing the music’, I’d step back and say ‘Fine’, and just listen instead. I like listening to reggae artistes better than singing anyways, so I would have stepped back, but they didn’t, they told me to do my thing.”Continue reading
Another video of Snow making a guest appearance and performing “Informer” live at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto as part of the New Kids on the Block Mix Tape Tour.
Over 25 years after he released “Informer,” Snow is back in the spotlight with another hit on his hands. Lindsay Dunn speaks to the singer about the odd connection between Toronto championships and his hit songs.
Snow makes a guest appearance and performs “Informer” live at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto as part of the New Kids on the Block Mix Tape Tour.