Producer Rvssian Talks Upcoming Migos and Bad Bunny Collab, Producing ‘Krippy Kush’


Jamaican producer and singer Rvssian recently sat down for an interview with DJ Lechero from Power 106’s The Cruz Show.

Born in Kingston but based in Miami, Rvssian is best known for producing Farruko and Bad Bunny‘s Latin trap hit, “Krippy Kush.” The multi-platinum selling producer hasn’t always worked in Latin music, however. He got his start in dancehall in 2010, working extensively with Jamaica’s Vybz Kartel and Konshens. It wasn’t until 2014 that he crossed over, bringing together Sean Paul and Farruko for a bilingual track called “Passion Whine.” The 27-year-old has since become one of the most sought-after producers in the genre.

During the interview, Rvssian reveals that he’s working on two big collaborations: one with Migos and Bad Bunny, and another with J Balvin and Farruko. He also discusses being an English-speaking producer in a Spanish genre, among other topics.

Watch the interview above.

Related: Bad Bunny Talks Breaking Barriers, Future Collaborations, and Getting Latin Trap on US Radio

Farruko Enlists Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage for ‘Krippy Kush’ Remix: DJcity Premiere

Farruko performs live. (Photo source: Facebook)

Puerto Rican singer Farruko has enlisted Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage for the official remix of his Latin trap anthem “Krippy Kush” featuring Bad Bunny and Rvssian. The original has become one of the most successful tracks of the genre, which continues to gain momentum.

According to Billboard, “the song debuted at No. 20 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and reached No. 5 without any major radio airplay.” The chart has traditionally been dominated by reggaeton and pop.

Watch the lyric video for the “Krippy Kush” remix below and download it first on DJcity.

Related: Latin Trap Continues to Rise, Despite Lack of Radio Play