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Shatta Wale, Skillibeng ‘Blow Up’ In Mega Dancehall Collab: Listen

Ghana's 'Dancehall King' Shatta Wale and Jamaica's 'New Prince' Skillibeng at long last slake the preparing anticipation of their fans today, delivering the GoldUpMusic created single, Blow Up. 

Albeit a music video with these two titans would have been certain fire, the 'noteworthy cooperation' stood out as truly newsworthy in a few news sections by means of an authority verse video civility of Shifty Design JA. The visual creation is an inventive interwoven of photographs and recordings of Shatta and Skilli with scraps of the track's verses springing up on the screen, giving a lovely captivating presentation. 

Shatta and Skillibeng both have unquestionably become well known in their regions yet in the single, especially for Shatta, it discovers him feeling unaccomplished yet idealistic and bound to be much more noteworthy – he's about to Blow Up! 

The Ghanaian artist is overwhelmed by large dreams and aspirations, planning to "cleave slash hack dem up like Pablo … Di cash haffi mek like Narcos," this year. He previously advised his mom to anticipate large things, "Disclosed to Mama this year mi prior serve di dinna," and his thugz and young ladies can have confidence, they're going to blow up too. 

Skillibeng adds his incredible melodious stream and his interesting rhymes, "Di universe in a mi veins so mi grade some alcohol, in addition to a spliff inna mi cerebrum." All the quipping to the side, the youthful emcee is not kidding about his paper and undermines any individual who attempts to take it, "Ova 30 odd shot in a di K, so unnu dare, pu–y u will drop in a di principle – Shatta Wale have Africa a way. JA a mi place, couple comma pon wi name." 

The new track was made by Zack Ariyah and blended and dominated by Jordan Schultz. 

Shatta as of late collaborated with another Jamaican demonstration as of late, delivering a collab with Dancehall diva, Lisa Hyper on the track Inna Di Night on March 3. Earlier, he has likewise collaborated with the preferences Shenseea (The Way I Move), Alkaline (ATM remix + Wah Pun) and Vybz Kartel (Mansa Musa + Free Up Di Gaza). 

Skillibeng is by all accounts a success with the Afrobeat heavyweights, alongside this new track with Shatta, last week Burna Boy praised his Grammy-grant victory by singing the Dancehall star's hit single Crocodile Teeth.

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