Renowned record-producer DJ Khaled unveiled a behind the scene video showcasing the making of his newly released production, These Streets Know My Name, which is a collaboration featuring Jamaican entertainers, Sizzla, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Capleton, and Skillibeng.
The producer posted a video on YouTube with the caption, Making of “THESE STREETS KNOW MY NAME”, which showed him and Skillibeng along with others in the studio creating the epic masterpiece. The hard-hitting deejay known for his effortless flow and play with words, started his verse with the usual intro, “Easy, yuh know a Eastside. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrp.”
“Alien badness, I stay with a ‘matic, And don’t play with the badness, and don’t ramp with Khaled, Never believe in us, God did (God did), that’s why we roll the chopstick, Something long like a mop stick, shooters don’t need no practice,” says Skillibeng as he records his verse for the collab.
The “These Streets Know My Name” single speaks about independence, corruption, modern-day slavery, and actualizing one’s dream. It is featured on DJ Khaled’s star-studded 13th studio album called God Did, which has an 18-track compilation.
Watch the YouTube video posted by Dj Khaled below:
Watch the official music video for “These Streets Know My Name” below: