Skillis, Lil Baby get Street Smart

Saturday, March 17, 2018

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Singjay Skillis has released an anthem entitled Street Smart , featuring US rapper Lil Baby.

“Thanks to everybody that's supporting my music. I'm looking forward to doing some shows this summer to push the song,” he told the Jamaica Observer. “There is an official music video in the works.”

Released last week, Street Smart is produced by Ainsley “Notnice” Morris for Major Moves Music. It was recorded at Street Execs Recording studio, which is home to the likes of 2 Chains, Young Dolph, and others.

Skillis grew up in St Ann before migrating to the US when he was in his teens. Last year he generated a lot of attention with his first official release, Money Pree.

Atlanta-based rapper Lil Baby is also featured on the song. He is one of the hottest up-and-coming rappers in the US. He is best known for his hit single My Dawg, which has more than 26 million views on YouTube.

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