Dancehall artiste Skeng mounted the stage of 4/20 Hookah Lounge on Sunday and did what he is known for, put on a hyperactive show. Although the stage was small, the deejay utilised every inch of the platform, jumping about as he performed some of his more popular songs.
The Gvnman Shift artiste, who arguably has one of the best stage presences of his generation, kicked off his set with his single Curves, interacting with the ladies as he sang to them.
After telling the women about their “pretty face” and their “curve inna waist,” Skeng moved on to his song Talibhan, and the crowd continued singing along with him.
The deejay breezed through his London track before performing his single Gvnman Shift. The audience remained active throughout Skeng’s set, shouting lyrics and dancing as he jumped around the stage, belting his songs into the microphone.
Skeng concluded his energetic performance with a rendition of his hit song Protocol. The young deejay, legally named Kevon Douglas, often makes headlines for delivering grand performances that excite fans and ignite controversies.
Patrons continue to be impressed by Skeng’s stage presence, even though the controversies that arise from his live shows claim that he is always high on stage.
Watch Skeng’s performance below: