Marvin Scott aka Dubbi seeks to make his musical make once more with his latest single "Craab Up", on the single rhythm called "Clamp" by producer Danjah from Ballerz International Studios. Dubbi seek to utilize "Craab Up" as a follow up to previous singles such as "Let Me Loose" on the Loose Cancer rhythm in 2007 by House A Love Recording Company, which also saw ace artist such as: Sizzla, Munga, Singer J and Major Christie.
Dubbi hope that similar or even greater love and reception will be shown to "Craab Up" as "Let Me Loose", and cites that ace DJ's are rotating the track both on airwaves and in the Dancehall Fraternity, such as Tony Matterhorn and new comer's like Bunco Line and DJ Franz.
He admits however, that he is very eager to see the song hit mainstreams and hopes that all DJ's will begin to endorse it, as the sentiments issued by the song are true to his life and most young artist, who aims at carving a niche in the market. He cites the frustration to get that recognition as an artist who works hard is so hard, it makes one very "Craab Up" a new slang for "frustration" or a "go getter" demeanor.
Dubbi whose life and musical mentor lies in the veteran "Ken Boothe", has headed to the words of wisdom, that of "I (dubbi) has talent so, I must put in the necessary work and that music is a learning process which come from experience". Dubbi gave commanding performances at sting on 2006 and other tracks like "Nah Hide Nuh Herbs From Police", "Woman Body Decision", "Good Things Fi Good Money", "On The Other Side" and "Any Season". Dubbi feels that within the past 3 years he has grown in wisdom through experiences, and has done and will continue to do the work, even if he has to be "Craab up".