Jailhouse Rock is Teflon's first release since his incarceration earlier this year. The song is a critical examination of his recent legal troubles and speaks volumes about the deejay's brief incarceration and the dehumanizing and brutal conditions of prisoners.

"I'm just focussing on my career right now, and getting the word out there. I will continue to make good music that seeks to elevate the youths and to break the shackles that continue to intellectually and spiritually enslave my people," Teflon said during an interview last week.

The video was shot on Gold Street, Kingston (South Side) on Wednesday 26th of November. It was shot and directed by Wayne South.
"The entire community came out on the day of the video shoot including the area leader to support Teflon. The shoot ran from in the morning to 11 pm. The video will be released on major stations the week ending the 13th of December. The song is also in rotation on all radio stations," Tamoyo Campbell, a member of Teflon's management team, told one876.
Teflon is featured on Stephen's new riddim called Advocate with a track called Affi Team Wid Us and is getting heavy rotation, the Motherless Child Album on Tads International label will be released ending January 2009.
Earlier this year, Teflon's single Bobo Run Out Pon Dem got crazy love from FM radio alongside other singles such as Guns Rise, Make It and Life Ain't That Rough. The deejay also performed at the Rototom Festival in Italy, his first major European festival performance.



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