A conglomerate production courtesy of Eastsyde Records, YGF Records, 1Govament and HMP Productions, has brought us a brand new single from Dancehall’s traphall master, Skillibeng. The new single, YK Dat Guh and the escorting visuals hit streaming today via SkillibengOfficial on YouTube and is quickly stacking up the views.
The 3-minute music video begins with a previously recorded message from Jamaican Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, “The government at this point is announcing that there will be a lock-down,” he says to set the tone of the track.
The scenes then take us to an inmate-transfer going down and the prisoner is none other than the Brik Pan Brik deejay. Donned in orange prisoner uniform, we know this to be a medium-risk convict, it’s no wonder his rescue was so seamless. Skillibeng’s crew takes down the lone transfer officer to free the deejay who speeds away on a scrambler and retreats to a safe spot to deliver the rest of his quick-spitting rhymes.
He is the ultimate badman, “Any weh mi go mi bad never sorry, badness, ever have som’n glue pon mi, ah no dem a lock it. 17′ and 23′ and Burrito … if a fly pitch pon mi is another body/ Mi seh killer, a nuh Bounty Killer neither ediat / Execution weh nuh move, a death removal of a nuisance/ Mi love badness too much …” is just a taste of his intricate prolixity on the track.
Produced by Tevino “YGF” Richards, shot by KD Visuals and composed by Kemoy Mair, check out the official release of Skillibeng’s new single, YK Dat Guh (protracted: You Know Dat Guh) below –
Skillibeng dropped another new track Crocodile Teeth two days ago under the production of Jonny Wonder and Adde Instrumental to also flex his badman qualities and boast his many guns. Prior to that, on September 6, he released a smooth and deadly gun tune, Love Shoot with State Gangster Records.