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‘No Drama’ the latest track from Doktor

“Filled with summer vibes (and jerk chicken), along with reggae melodies that are sure to brighten up the cloudiest of days.” – Complex

Doktor’s feel-good dancehall vibes continue with his current track ‘No Drama’, which has been quickly building heat in recent weeks, hitting #2 on the iTunes reggae chart and exceeding 100,000 streams in seven days with adds to the Spotify playlists Just Dropped and Back a Yard. It’s also picking up attention on social media as fans engage with its narrative, backed by high profile attention from White Yardie, GRM Daily and Big Zeeks. Watch the official video HERE.

‘No Drama’ does exactly what you want it to. The dynamic production’s energising island vibes support Doktor’s soulful vocals, which radiate with the positivity that the world needs right now. Listen HERE.

As Doktor explains, “The song’s message is simple: After a rough 2020 for everyone worldwide, it’s time to remove any unnecessary drama, make money, and continue to enjoy life.”

It’s a message to live by, but there’s no shortage of drama in its official video. It features Doktor at his wedding, dressed in his slickest white suit. But as he lifts the bride’s veil, an intruder interrupts the ceremony and it all kicks off. But once the drama has settled, Doktor is living the high life, whether it’s chilling with his friends or hitting the club.

The visual was directed by Eric Myers, whose previous credits include Young Adz, Tion Wayne and Kojo Funds.

The London-based, Jamaica-born Doktor has collaborated, performed or been praised by a who’s who of international names, including Busta Rhymes, Chase & Status, DJ Target, Jamie Rodigan, Kano, Nas, Ne-Yo, Seani B, Toddla T, Tyga and Wiley. He’s had countless big tracks, including ‘Action’, ‘Down For Me’, ‘Only You’ and ‘Life’. As an entirely independent artist, his success is the result of his multifaceted skills, mixing songwriting, creativity, entrepreneurship and sheer grind. There’s no drama: just an artist working hard to be the best that he can be.