Jamaican reggae crooner Christopher Martin drops the music video for his single "Steppin Razor," the title track off his VP Records' debut EP slated for release this spring. In the Kurt Wright-directed comedic clip, shot in Kingston, Jamaica, Martin is swarmed by a list of thirsty women who are trying to make his laundry list.
Produced by Frankie Music, "Steppin Razor" carries the same title as Peter Tosh's 1977 classic, but Martin delivers a modern offering that is sweet, soulful, and refined while still enhancing the classical torch.
"Tosh's song had a militancy, cutting down inequality, but I am saying a steppin razor is sharper than the rest, it is having so much confidence in yourself that whatever you are doing you are going to be sharp in it, whether it is with women, school work or how you dress," Chris explains. "It has nothing to do with money, it all boils down to the belief in yourself, confidence and high self-esteem."
Also, Check out a recent performance of Chris Martin live!