Popeye Caution Ft. Soup Scudda – Bottle Girls Gone Wild

Popeye Caution Ft. Soup Scudda – Bottle Girls Gone Wild

Born in Jamaica and bred in Miami, Reggae/Dancehall Fusion artist Popeye Caution got his start at the early age of 16 dancing his way through the vibrant Miami night club scene. Gaining popularity in the Dancehall world performing on tours for Elephant Man, Mavado, and Beenie Man, Popeye Caution fronted one of the most popular dance crews in South Florida called “Caution.” It was somewhere around 2010 that Popeye began transitioning into being an all out entertainer,adding singing and rapping to his energetic routine. As his popularity grew, he spawned three popular dances in a short time that became widely popular on the Miami club scene.

Incorporating the rhythm and dancing of the islands in his music coupled with his positive vibes and sultry rhythms, Popeye Caution is simply having fun with the music. While his listeners can vibe out to songs like “Cool Like Breeze” there’s still turn up to songs like “Bottle Girls Gone Wild.” His music tends to make everyone want to bask in the sun but having frequented the lavish Miami clubs like Cameo, Dream and Liv, Popeye’s music is all about the party and getting lit.

“Definitely the Carribbean Islands are all about fun and having a good time. I like to make postive fun music, where people can have a drink, turn up and have a great time at a party,” Popeye Caution explained.

Currently Popeye Caution has several songs that are breaking through in the Miami market (“Bottle Girls Gone Wild,” “Hollywood” and “Love Shot”) but he’s seeking to break out on the national scene in a similar fashion to how artists like Sean Paul, Shaggy, Beenie Man, Sean Kingston and other popular Reggae influenced urban artists have impacted the nationwide U.S. market.

“It’s a hard task but I find it really natural promoting my music. I’m just getting to know people and introducing them to my music on Miami Beach,” Popeye Caution said of promoting his music in Miami.

“Memorial Day weekend I’ll have several performances and I’ll be promoting my music. My EP is called Fashion School Volume 1, with collabs from Pleasure P, Zoey Dollaz, Soup Scudda, David Lyn, Tosh Alexander and others. We’re getting a great response on the few records we put out,. “Bottle Girls Gone Wild,” “Hollywood,” and “Love Shot” are all getting current spins on 99 Jamz.”