One of the most popular songs in 2017 is Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You." The pop song is infused with a dancehall-tropical house rhythm and has managed its way to the top of the Billboard charts in 30 different countries since it's release in January.  

The song, originally written with Rhianna in mind, sampled TLC's 90s throwback "No Scrubs," and has also seen its share of remixes by artists and DJ's from all walks of life. Our favorites include Major Lazer featuring Jamaican artists Nyla and Kranium, Wale's remixed version, as well as remixes released by The Stormzy and Galantis. Reggaeton duo Zion & Lennox released their remix of the song this past March. 

BRAND NEW!!!! Ishawna "Shape Of You Remix" (Equal Rights) Explicit πŸ”₯ LINK IN BIO

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Now one of dancehall music's hottest gyals, Ishawna a.ka. Ms. Legendary, recorded her own version of the song titled, "Equal Rights."  The song talks about equal rights in the bedroom, meaning, if a man asks to be pleasured, then a woman should expect the same in return; a little reciprocation. Many cultures believe these acts to be taboo. Watch a parody reaction video by DJ and party promoter, @NoahPowa below. Noah is supposed to be portraying Ishawna's ex-Bounty Killer.

Pree the full version of Ishawna's "Shape Of You Remix (Equal Rights)" here on Kingston To LA.

*Featured photo courtesy @MSLEGENDARY'S instagram.