Dancehall Producer Rvssian Lists 2.5-Bedroom Miami Springs Home with State-of-the-Art Recording Studio for $2.5 Million USD [Photos Inside]

The renowned dancehall producer and collaborator of Bad Bunny and Vybz Kartel, Tarik “Rvssian” Johnston, has put up his Miami Springs home for sale, with a price tag that might raise eyebrows even in affluent Fisher Island.

This 891-square-foot residence, constructed back in 1947, might look simple from the outside. But on a lucky day, you could spot Johnston posing with his lavish white Rolls Royce or red Lamborghini SUV.

Originating from Jamaica, 35-year-old Johnston is the leading figure of Kingston’s Head Concussion Records. With a substantial following of 2.5 million on YouTube, some of his music videos have reached hundreds of millions of views. He began his rise to fame as a dancehall producer, notably working with Vybz Kartel. Later, he expanded his horizons, teaming up with artists such as Farruko and Rauw Alejandro.

The Miami Springs property, acquired by Johnston’s Sindicate 12 Corp for $350,000 in 2018, is now listed at a whopping $2.5 million.

Its recent renovations have transformed it into a modern marvel with grey-and-white fixtures, giving it a futuristic edge. It boasts a spacious kitchen, glossy floors, and a well-maintained backyard. This 7,600-square-foot lot property can accommodate up to six vehicles. The asking price is significantly higher than the city’s average per square foot rate, even surpassing the rates of upscale areas like Fisher Island.

By comparison, Lionel Messi, the football legend, is said to be paying around four times this amount for his expansive estate in Fort Lauderdale’s Bay Colony.

Located a short distance from Miami International Airport, the neighborhood has had its share of concerns about noise and pollution. However, Johnston’s residence offers “six-layer soundproofing” ensuring minimal disturbance.

The listing places special emphasis on Johnston’s cutting-edge recording studio, decked out in shades of orange and black, with top-notch equipment.

Miami Springs, a small city located north of Miami International Airport, has been battling property crime. Though the rates have decreased since the early 2000s, the city recently built barriers on Northwest 36th Street to counteract disruptive activities.

Local police records reveal some peculiar incidents near Johnston’s residence, involving unusual disturbances and property damages.

In the past, Johnston’s Sindicate 12 company was registered at his Doral residence, which he parted with in 2020 for $830,000. This property had a federal tax lien of $24,590 filed against it in 2019.

According to U.S. Census data, the median household income in Miami Springs stands at $73,991. If Johnston’s property goes for its asking price, potential buyers should brace themselves for hefty property taxes and substantial monthly mortgage payments.

As a cherry on top, Johnston offers a 2020 MacBook Pro to the future homeowner.