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The passionate emotions of men and women in dancehall always keep aiming All Time High. They believe in their dreams, keep trying, and don't let nobody stop what they're doing.

Hibikilla's hard and free rhymes are accompanied by Laya, a female R&B singer with a natural voice reminiscent of fine silk.

YOUNG BEATS INSTRUMENTAL, a Sendai-based producer, was in charge of track production, and while his roots in dancehall music are at the core of his work, he has also created a stateless soundscape with a hint of MBP (Música popular brasileira) and Afrobeats.

Mixing was done by Akio (SRAD) and mastering by Hiroshi Shioda (Saltfield Mastering).
The cover artwork was drawn by Jamaican pixel artist Kxrly Miyagi.

Past Rank In

Risin' To The Top

iTunes Store • Reggae TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 4 • 13 May 2022

Past Playlist In

Risin' To The Top

Spotify • JUICE • 24 Jun 2022 Spotify • Pluto Selection(Biweekly) • 13 Jun 2022 Spotify • New Music Everyday - tuneTracks (curated by TuneCore Japan) • 13 May 2022

Artist Profile

  • Hibikilla

    Hibikilla is a Japanese reggae/dancehall artist from Hokkaido, Japan. Influenced by Japanese DeeJay styles like Papa-B and Miki-Dozan, as well as the formidable performance of Bounty Killer and Capleton, he embarked on his music career. In 2004, he dropped "Hyaku-Retsu-Ken," (Fist of North Star) which quickly became a sound clash scene anthem and soared to the top spot on the 7-inch single charts. From 2006 to 2009, he consistently released four albums: "No Problem," "Noukou-Minzoku" (Intense Ethnicity), "LIFE," and "BE FREE." In 2011, his fourth album, "FREEDOM_BLUES," featuring the track "Saiaku-No-Jitai" (The Worst Situation) which was praised as a new masterpiece of Japanese rebel music, earned him the Best Album Award from Music Magazine, establishing his influence in the Y2K scene. Despite a hiatus from his career due to children-care responsibilities, he made a remarkable return to the scene. In 2020, he reached the top spot on the iTunes Store reggae charts with "Kono-Sekai feat. Dabo"(In this world) and further claimed the title of the most-streamed track in the world in the reggae category on the web3 music platform Audius with "Wha Gwaan Midnight feat. Tach-B" Now, in November 2023, He has released his new full album, "KillerTune." It's clear that Hibikilla has achieved a complete comeback, and his future endeavors are something to keep a close eye on.

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