Machel Montano and Bunji Garlin has finally dropped their collaborative single “Buss Head!”

The video which literally just premiered on Fader, shows troubled youth who starts fights with his neighbours and acts out, before Montano and Garlin train him to channel the anger into Kalinda, a style of martial art originating from Trinidad & Tobago. “The ‘Buss Head’ video pays tribute to this rich history, while acknowledging the current state of violence facing our nation,” Montano told The FADER over email. “Practicing a martial art, like Kalinda, allows one to channel and transform their energy and aggression into something positive, which promotes discipline, spirituality, and self-actualization.”

Bunji Garlin also expressed that Kalinda was also used against colonialism
“The stick fighters ended up with the most important role, as in 1884 a British contingent tried to abolish Carnival in Trinidad, but they were defeated by the stick fighters. It translates into my story and your story and everyone’s story, because we all have that battle to face to save something.”