Young Dancehall Artistes Intence and Iwaata, has made another remarkable play in Dancehall music, with their new track entitled “nuh too like dem”.
The song produced by Speck records is one that features lyrics so ” bad”, you would not be wrong to think they were directed at a fellow entertainer or two.
In the introduction of the youthful collaboration, the lyrics were delivered in a line for line manner, which lasted for most of the song and the concept was to highlight the antisocial behaviour the “Jettlife” artistes prefer due to the fakes around.
SOME LYRICS “nuh inna everybody mi nuh too guh party… mi thin skin suh mi nuh too like dem… tan a mi yaad cah mi nuh too like fren”.
It is well known that Skillibeng who Intence allegedly has a beef with is closely associated with the “Unruly Boss”, who has been an opponent of the ” Yung Lawd”, Alkaline who Intence and Iwaata closely associated themselves with.
The remainder of the antisocial song has lyrics dealing with winning and leading in the ga of Dancehall music, which has an extremely competitive nature.
Intence and Iwaata are, however, shooting down their enemies on their prowl to the top and this song might just be the most direct “diss” track in the alleged war so far.
From saying things like “Could a wah duh Poppy show” to telling fellow dancehall artiste Skillibeng to accept his “jacket”, Intence is not holding back and clearing pointing out who he is taking aim at.
Currently, people are speculating that Intence might just have a beef with the “Eastsyde Gyallis”, Skillibeng and Vybz Kartel however, no names have been called in any of the songs released until now.
Released November 6th the visual has racked up over 70k views and is currently the number 5 trending song in Jamaica.
Watch the music video below.