Skillibeng Drops Raunchy New Single “Sloppy Queen”

Another fan showed his love by saying, “Told u this man is changing the f**king game. The hot, new single was produced and distributed by Johnny Wonder and has already racked up over 50K views and over a thousand comments. Fans excitedly shared their views on the new tune. He seems to have come back fresh, blazing, and ready to deliver more. On the other hand, this latest single turns the tables to focus on the ladies or one special lady in particular. “I call her phone now, she go come over, she got a chauffeur / Got your hair did, I know you know what’s gonna happen / When we done, yuh hair affi guh do ova,” cooed the artiste suggestively. The song ripped right out of the gate with the lyrics, “She mek mi feel it when she s**k it.” After repeating the line, he continues deejaying, “Beautiful you make feel so da da dadee doo, sloppy queen.”
The lyrics get even hotter as fans go deeper into the song. Check out his newest single, “Sloppy Queen,” below. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) His last two singles were focused on the feud between himself and fellow deejay Intence while simultaneously throwing fire at the Vendetta camp. The track was released on YouTube on August 31st, capping off the artiste’s slew of new releases for the month. “Sloppy Queen” is quite different from his usual rapid-fire spitting on his tracks. Skillibeng drops off a raunchy new single, “Sloppy Queen,” that has fans raving about the slow, sensual pace. “Another hit: New flow (fire emojis),” said one commenter. The song follows a slow R&B beat where he details his admiration for his ‘sloppy queen,’ and his fans show nothing but support for the change of pace. International flow from the east side don.”
After his month-long hiatus, there is a lot of excitement over his releases. Skillibeng one of the hardest working artists in dancehall right now, with two new singles, “Soso Badniss,” and “Internet War,” released just last week.