Big Vybe

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St. Lucian Artiste Big Vybe Releases ‘Back It Up’ Remix Featuring Nessa Preppy & GreyC

Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus

St. Lucian New Dancehall Sensation Josiah William aka Big Vybe releases his brand new ‘Back It Up’ remix featuring Trinidadian Soca Artiste Nessa Preppy and Nigerian Artiste GreyC.

Josiah who was born and raised on the beautiful island of St. Lucia is representing the Caribbean with his latest hit remix ‘Back It Up’. The track is an artistic and international fusion of Dancehall, Soca, and Afrobeats genres and produced by Smiddy Smith. The hit single was inspired by Caribbean arts and culture and its unique musical flavor and diverse melodic rhythms would surely encourage you to move your waistline. Take a listen below and enjoy!

The original ‘Back It Up’ single is featured on Big Vybe’s EP ‘Lanes’ which was released in 2021. The EP album features collaboration with various artistes and producers from the Caribbean, Europe and Africa. The star studded line up includes Nessa Preppy, Precision Productions, Smiddy Smith, DancehallRulerz, Diddi Emah, Ayzed, Grey C and more.

Check out a preview of Big Vybe’s ‘Lanes’ EP which features tracks like ‘Shake Bam Bam’, Flames and Fire’, ‘Slow Wine’, ‘Thankful’, ‘Loco’, ‘Walking Grenade’ and so much more below.

The St. Lucian star who has been writing and performing music from a young age is now on the rise. His unique sound and style can be described as modern Dancehall blended with Soca, Afro beats and R&B. Since officially launching his music career internationally in 2012, he has been on a mission to be an ambassador for his homeland while inspiring the next generation in a positive manner.

Big Vybe

Big Vybe

To contact Big Vibe, you can connect with him 470-818-7605 or email

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Hashtags: #BigVybe #StLucia #BackItUp #NessaPreppy #GreyC #NewMusic #LanesEp #Caribbean

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