Last month, Skillibeng released his latest project Crocodile Teeth, a continuation of last fall’s “Crocodile Teeth” that came with 12 tracks and additional features from Bobby Shmurda, Davianah, Lil Zack, Rich The Kid, Popcaan, Stefflon Don, and Spice — the last of whom appeared on the Mathsofmind and Eastsyde Records-produced “Richer.” Yesterday (Nov. 11), the drill-inspired “Richer” gets a visual that matches the artists’ boastful subject matter:
“Buy some big house, to how me a spend mussi find one kilo, buy fat benz we fu drive and rich out, Range and Bentley fi shine and kit up, richer or richer, heavy like lead we nuh light like pillar, house and then my go buy one villa, aliens dem nuh rely pon niggas, diss we? Pam pam…”
The accompanying clip comes courtesy of RD Studios and begins with a shot of Spice in front of a lavish estate with an unconsciousness man nearby. Things begin to unfold into a heist of sorts, with Spice and Skillibeng making their way through the mansion as a guard tries to dispatch them. The video becomes increasingly unhinged over time, with the original plot making way for shots of floating objects (and a floating Skillibeng), Spice’s head appearing on a plate, and more.
Crocodile Teeth follows a wealth of loose singles and collaborations from Skillibeng, including “Money Tree,” “Grade 1,” “Internet War,” “Soso Badniss,” “Time With You” with Laza Morgan, “Mission,” “East Syde” with Quenga and F.S., and “Wollan” with Unknown T. Back in May, he dropped off The Prodigy: Ladies Only Edition, which contained 21 songs and notable contributions from Rich The Kid, Jay Critch, Honey Milan, Shotta G, Projexx, and more. Given his work ethic, it wouldn’t be a shocker if another project made landfall before year’s end.
Press play on “Richer” below.
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