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Popcaan

About Popcaan

Andrae Jay Sutherland (born 15 July 1988), better known by his stagename Popcaan, is a Jamaican dancehall artist currently signed to Mixpak Records.

It was then that he joined Vybz Kartel’s posse and was introduced to the Jamaican public via Kartel’s shows at festivals like Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Singles like “It Nuh Work So,” “Jah Jah Protect Me,” “Hot Grabba,” and “Gangsta City” helped make Popcaan a regular feature of Jamaican radio, but in 2010 he became a global reggae name when he landed on the remix of Kartel’s massive hit “Clarks.
As Kartel landed in prison facing murder charges, Popcaan became the leading artist in his mentor’s camp, dubbed Gaza or Gaza Empire. Singles and mixtapes like 2013’s Yiy Change kept the Gaza Empire in focus, while the 2014 album Where We Come From broadened Popcaan’s horizon with electro production coming from Brooklyn’s Dre Skull.