Skillibeng and Nardo Wick obtained a brand new collaboration coming quickly.
The “Crocodile Enamel” artist and American rapper Nardo Wick have been noticed taking pictures a music video in new Instagram tales shared by Skillibeng. On Tuesday, the RCA artist shared a sequence of posts to his Instagram account displaying him and the “Demon Mode” artist together with what appears like extras for the video shoot.
Skillibeng shared 10 images displaying him shirtless and standing subsequent to Nardo Wick. In one other photograph, an enormous fireplace will be seen blazing within the background behind the 2 rappers, whereas different images present a nighttime shot with Skillibeng smoking whereas three fashions pose within the background.
In different images, the East Syde artist shares amusing with individuals engaged on the set, and he additionally appears to be speaking to the fashions and individuals engaged on the set. There’s additionally a provocative picture of an individual arranging a sequence of high-powered weapons.
Skillibeng didn’t caption the images, however a lot of his followers, together with different artists and followers, reacted with pleasure.
“Brazzy Brozay,” Popcaan wrote underneath the submit, whereas Lila Ike commented “Gad” and Dre Island Music left fireplace emojis.
One fan wrote, “Sicko mode,” whereas one other added, “This gon be tuff.”
“I scent a banger coming,” one other stated.
Followers have been calling for a collaboration between Nardo Wick and Skillibeng since they had been noticed in a video final yr the place the Jamaican artist made a cameo look on a tune by DJ Khaled.
Skillibeng appeared within the video for the observe “It Ain’t Protected” by DJ Khaled, Kodak Black, and Nardo Wick. The tune appeared on Khaled’s album, God Did which additionally featured Skillibeng on the observe “These Streets Know My Title,” that includes Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Capleton, and Sizzla.
Skillibeng has not revealed any particulars concerning the doable collab, however his images are sufficient to get followers going.
The artist has been slowly making a reputation for himself as a crossover dancehall to mainstream hip hop/ pop/ city music artist with hits like “Whap Whap,” “High Rating,” and “Dangerous On a regular basis,” to call a couple of.
Nardo Wick, however, has been on an upward trajectory with the success of his breakout observe “Who need smoke,” which was later remixed by G Herbo, Lil Durk, and 21 Savage.