Khago and I-Octane kicked off the second dancehall lyrical clash for 2023, igniting excitement among their fans. The first lyrical battle of the year began with veterans Bounty Killer and Mr. Vegas, which is still ongoing.
The new clash commenced when Khago previewed a diss track to I-Octane, who responded with a preview of a counteracting song. I-Octane released a single, entitled Dancehall Shibby, today, featuring a photoshopped picture of Khago in a dark room for the cover art.
The intro featured a soundbite of Khago saying he preferred to put a ring on Shebada than to marry a woman, and then I-Octane started speaking about Khago being a “fish.”
“Khago di dancehall Shebada, Fern Gully ben like cawna, dead caw yuh fin*** yuh daughta,” I-Octane sang, adding that Khago started the drama, and now he could not be saved.
He explained how he would murder Khago, saying, “Rifle dem light up di place like phone pan a charger.” He jumped from calling Khago homosexual to labelling Mr. Vegas as gay by saying, “Khago weh chat a bagga tings, weh di evidence?….Say Vegas a him fada but memba seh gaygas sleep wid many men.”
Continuing, I-Octane referred to Khago as dancehall’s “one-hit wonder” and “dancehall big bitch.”
Since the song was released some hours ago, it has been receiving praise from viewers who believe it is a hit. One viewer commented, “Tuff almost forget how talented this man is,” and another wrote, “Octane too lyrical fe khago, this is straight 🔥 🔥 📛 wid a sick flow,,,,bombaat dance hall get nice again..man use khago own words and bury him…wid da shebada ting deh.”
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Listen to I-Octane’s new diss track below: