Ambjaay (pronounced AM-BEE-JAY) is a 19-year-old rapper from Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, he released a music video for his viral smash, entitled, “Uno”, released via Colombia Records (US) and Insanity Records (UK).

Ambjaay – “Uno” music video

“Uno, dos, no tres, she a thot though. We got b*tches shaking ass in the lot though. Big chop knock a ni^^a out, Zapatos. Still getting queso like nachos. Hit it from the back, then I tell her, ‘No más’. She a freak, had to tell a b*tch, ‘Hola’. Bend it over, I want your panocha. She call me, papi, I hit it with no socks. She like, ‘Jay, can I get some d*ck, por favor?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, take it out, close the door.’ Chopper go blocka, yeah, we fin’ to up the score. Ella peel a ni^^a back like a f**kin’ orange.” – lyrics

‘Uno’, produced by Almighty Quise, has already culminated 65 million streams and 30 million YouTube views and growing.

The likable tune has been featured on 25+ Spotify Viral charts and breaching Global and US Shazam charts. Also, it’s a party anthem amongst teenagers worldwide, particularly on Tik Tok where it has been used over 3M+ times.

Therefore, it’s safe to say that “Uno” is one of the most recognizable hits of summer 2019. 

‘Uno’ contains English and Spanish lyrics, catchy melodies, and playful instrumentation scented with an alternative-hip-hop aroma.

“Uno” single

Ambjaay + Uno cover art

“I mean the inspiration came from really being broke. I mean I ain’t gonna lie to you, like I really be trying to have with my record, I ain’t trying to be tough. Also, I like to have fun with music. I don’t want to be no tough guy. I want to have fun, man. So, yeah, it just came off like just having fun. I had to include Latino culture because it’s like a Latino beat. So I just add added both races. To be honest Latinos and black don’t really be getting along so this song can bring us together. My boy Almighty Quise send me the beat. I heard it. I came with the ‘Uno, dos.’ It’s a Hispanic-type beat but still wanted to keep both cultures. So I just ran with that and made this song. Really 10 minutes. It took me 10 minutes to make this song. Three seconds for the hook.” – Ambjaay

Ambjaay is a name you should remember. He has received co-signs from Drake, Tyga, and Meek Mill.

Not too long ago, the bubbly newcomer released his debut EP, entitled, “It Cost to Live Like This”.

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Zangba Thomson is an award-winning Liberian-American author, music insider, journalist, screenwriter, recording artist, and Editor-in-Chief at Long Island-based Bong Mines Entertainment. His creative works have been seen on or talked about in major media outlets such as FOX 5, NBC, Today, Fox & Friends, Kathy Lee & Hoda, ABC, and Essence Magazine to name a few. Not too long ago, he received a "Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition" from Congressman Charles B. Rangel for his literary achievements, commitment to strengthening our Nation, and making a difference through volunteering service in urban communities. Download Thomson's latest science-fiction novel, entitled, "Three Black Boys: The Hotep Brother Manuscript" (volume 2), the action-packed sequel to the award-winning, "Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper" (volume 1). Furthermore, Kindle users can download "Three Black Boys: 2 book series" via

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