Dancehall fresh prince Skillibeng and beat wizard Alberto “Aalvero” Blackwood Jr teamed up to release Internet War, which gives off an unnerving drill vibe on melodic Arabic-suffused acoustics. The new single arrived through the young talent’s label, Eastsyde Records last Friday with an official audio visualizer by Beans Edital.
Skillibeng throws down his swift lyrical flow to tell the haters he’s not about to join the ‘Internet War’ in the track. Just allow him to be “really rich” in peace he says, but not before warning them that ‘he’s not timid but willing’ to do what it takes to impede those trying to mess with his riches.
While he flaunts his chattels, the verses reveal the Dancehall deejay is taking direct aim at Internet trolls.
The new release is also sounding like a diss track, according to some fans. It seems the internet trolls are none other than Vendetta fans, which means Skillibeng’s fiery threats are supposedly pointed at Dancehall star Alkaline.
“We have new song, nuff fi mi fans, no competition. None a dem cant clash me. Da pu$$y deh know him wouldn’t last, control uno camp, no mix Skill up with no fan. Gun shot will touch you for dat. Lovely!” the Crocodile Teeth deejay confidently says in a part of the song.
On the flip side, the track, Internet War is connecting well with the fans. Even music producer Aalvero is being praised for his sick beats on the track.
Cheers to the producer who made this…
More fans chimed in to refer to Skillibeng’s out-of-the-world lyrical bars, “Yo the man flow just tuff yf.. lyrics ina di song fi days..
Press play on Skillibeng’s new single Internet War above.