Skillibeng Delivers Powerful Bars on ‘Jump’ New Song by Tyla, Gunna: LISTEN

St. Thomas dancehaller Skillibeng, 27, represents dancehall on Tyla’s new song ‘Jump’ which also features rapper Gunna. Released on Friday, the track is a part of Tyla’s latest album, ‘TYLA’. ‘Jump’ stands out as a unique blend of Afrobeat, hip-hop, and dancehall, showcasing the versatility and global appeal of these genres.

Emwah Warmington who is professionally known as Skillibeng’s contribution to ‘Jump’ is particularly noteworthy. Known for his powerful lyrics and captivating flow, the Jamaican artiste delivers lyrics that not only complement the song’s energy but also elevate it, notably he was only featured on the intro and the outro of the song, never the least his rhymes and accent stand out on the track. His ability to blend seamlessly with the song’s rhythm while maintaining his distinct style is a testament to his artistry.

“Original gyal you a nuh replica, smooth ee nuh regular degula, pretty fi real and pretty pan mi cellular, yuh know seh yo hot!” are the catchy lyrics mentioned in the intro of the song by Skillibeng.

While ‘Jump’ is undoubtedly sexual in its undertones, it maintains a level of sophistication by not being explicitly explicit. This subtle approach allows listeners to engage with the song on multiple levels, appreciating the lyrical content, the beat, and the cultural fusion it represents. “i love to make Jump Jump Jump… back it up up,” are some of the lyrics by Tyala in the chorus of the song.

The collaboration between Tyla, Gunna, and Skillibeng on ‘Jump’ is a celebration of musical diversity, demonstrating how different genres can come together to create something fresh and exciting. This track is not just a testament to Skillibeng’s prowess as a dancehall artist but also to the ever-evolving landscape of global music.

Listen to the full song below:

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