As early as 2021, Skillibeng released the hit single “Coke,” which was produced by EastSyde Records. As a result of the video for the track, which was shot at the scene of a widely publicized aircraft crash in Jamaica’s Clarendon Parish, the fast-rising star attracted considerable attention to the song. Skilli returned to the scene on Friday (May 5) with the release of his second official release since February’s “16CHOPPA” feat. Nardo Wick. In the same manner as its predecessor, “Coke Part II” continues to establish him as one of the hottest dancehall artists.
I’ll Never Die – The Prodigy Edition was released by Skillibeng in December of 2022, a 10-song effort that included contributions from Kyoka and Rich The Kid. Earlier, Crocodile Teeth kept fans entertained with the well-received EP Mr. Universe, as well as a number of loose singles such as “Rain” featuring Shenseea, “Pree” featuring Popcaan, “Whap Whap (Remix)” featuring Fivio Foreign and French Montana, “blessing me” featuring Mura Masa, and “More Fire.”
Skillibeng recently explained to On The Radar why he believes he is the most influential artist in his field.
“i am not bragging, but… for almost three years now I have been the most talked about and most talked about artist in Jamaica, whether it is on a local or international scale,” he stated. “In the past couple of years, I’ve been the most talked about artist around and all of a sudden everyone wants to know, like , ‘Who the hell is that guy?’. Who is Skillibeng?’”