Spice and Stefflon Don dropped the official music video for their new collaboration called, “Clockwork”, which was co-produced by a Jamaican-American record producer named BEAM and is the first single from Don’s upcoming debut album, Island 54.
The music video has a duration of 3:09 seconds, which first transitions from the British rapper booking a flight to Kingston, Jamaica where she links up with the “Queen of Dancehall” to create the stimulating visuals. It showed both entertainers moving their waistlines to the beat alongside other women, all dressed in the colour of the Jamaican flag.
Stefflon Don starts the track with the line, “Yuh 3.14 tight eeh, gyal angle yuh back 90, Pu**y degrees hotta than a pepper scotch eeh, Don Dodda woulda f*ck you pon backseat, put it een take it out, camera, amateur, gyal f*ck pon di scene”.
In the latter part, Spice jumps on the beat to spit hardcore lyrics, “A suh the buddy inflate when him see mi gyrate, Mi like when mi bend up pan di cock a penetrate, Me and a man a f*ck ina 52 state, good hole me great”.
Meanwhile, since its release a few hours ago, “Clockwork” is holding down the #1 spot on the UK iTunes Reggae songs chart.
Watch the official music video on YouTube below: