Skeng To Feature Shenseea on Beast of The Era EP

Written by: Lesandra Scott

Known for songs such as ‘Gvnman Shit’, ‘Heaven Passport’, ‘Street Cred’, and ‘Protocol’, Jamaican Dancehall artiste, Skeng is gearing up for the release of his debut EP entitled Beast Of The Era which is set for a November 4th release. Eager fans on Friday will have a body of work inclusive of a single he did with Trending Gyal, Shenseea.  Entitled It’s True, it is produced by Rich Immigrants CEO, Rvssian, and is one of the two tracks Rvssian himself produced for Skeng Don’s EP. 

Skeng, born Kevon Douglas; executively produced the entire EP, Beast of The Era, under his new label, RG Music (Ratty Gang Music) in conjunction with Geejam Recordings. Since coming onto the music scene in 2019, the 21-year-old has received many’s attention and anticipation as his views on YouTube often cross the million mark. Upon speaking with Dancehall Mag about the upcoming EP, when asked why the November release, he simply said “Dancehall needs it”. 

 

TRACKS

  1. Demons Awake (prod by Di Truth)
  2. New Era  (prod by John Coop)
  3. It’s True feat. Shenseea (prod by Rvssian)
  4. Highway (prod by John Coop)
  5. Eediatt “Idiot” feat. Jigsta (prod by Droptop Records)
  6. Thug Life (prod by Rvssian)

 

 

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