T.O.K. has once again proven they are a force to be reckoned with. The group recently released a single titled Want U Body, which has been gaining traction both locally and internationally.
Want U Body was released on August 12 on all major digital retailers worldwide and showcases T.O.K.'s, trademark party vibes.
Penned by T.O.K., and produced by Jermaine 'ZJ Bruce Lee' Bennett and William 'Kris Beatz' Murray, the provocative single is enjoying heavy rotation on radio in Jamaica, across the Caribbean, and on reggae programmes across the world.
Described by The New York Times as "the world's greatest dancehall-reggae boy band", T.O.K. emerged in the early '90s and catapulted to international fame with the arrival of the new millennium.
Group members Xavier 'Flexx' Davidson, Craig 'Craig T' Thompson, Alistaire 'Alex' McCalla, and Roshaun 'Bay-C' Clarke are responsible for bringing modern dancehall to mainstream radio globally with a slew of blockbuster hits that include Eagles Cry, Gal You A Lead, and Footprints.
The power group continues to tour globally, having endured for more than two decades at the forefront of the dancehall genre, and reclaims the bar which they set.
"After we recorded the song, we realised it had potential, not just local potential, but international potential as well. For a group like us that's been in the business for so long, when we record a track like this, we try to make a mark musically and we make sure we do it properly, especially for a new label like Kick Dem Records," Flexx revealed.
According to Bruce Lee, T.O.K.'s legacy continues to dominate.
"We decided to release a timeless, classic dancehall track that you can just pop in, press play, and the party is there. We had to get T.O.K. involved because of their legacy, and we're happy to see everyone embracing the song on radio and in the clubs here in Jamaica. Now, it's released to the world, so we can't wait to see where it goes," said ZJ Bruce Lee.
The group is currently on a tour of Europe.