Skepta and Portable combine forces for new single 'Tony Montana'


The music scene has been buzzing with anticipation ever since Skepta, the UK's hip-hop, grime and drill kingpin, dropped a photo on social media hinting at a collaboration with Nigerian street-hop act, Portable. The unexpected, yet highly anticipated, has finally arrived, and it's everything fans hoped for and more.

This isn't just any regular collaboration fans are used to, it's a fine fusion of two distinct styles. Skepta, known for his razor-sharp wordplay and heavy bass lines, joins forces with Portable, whose infectious energy and street-smart rhymes have impressed Afrobeats fans. The result? A banger titled Tony Montana, produced by none other than JAE5, one of the UK's finest record producers.

JAE5 expertly lays the foundation for this exciting fusion, crafting a sound that seamlessly blends the grime and drill elements Skepta is known for with the infectious Afrobeats rhythms that characterize Portable's music.

The track itself is nothing short of captivating. Skepta, true to form, delivers captivating verses, his flow and lyricism seamlessly weaving in and out of the Afrobeats rhythm. Portable then takes over, injecting his signature energy and streetwise charm, proving that language barriers are no match for good music.

Tony Montana is a testament to the power of collaboration and the potential for growth when different styles and cultures come together. This unexpected pairing has delivered a result that is not only amazing but potentially groundbreaking, paving the way for more exciting fusions in the future.

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Listen to Tony Montana here.