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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For June we have 30 hours of new shows - including an exclusive session

Artist Info


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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Born Emwah Warmington (born December 23, 1996) in St. Thomas, Jamaica. He grew up in the rural community of Lyssons. Warmington is signed to RCA Records and Eastsyde Records. Skillibeng first started making music in high school before beginning his solo career while working at his father's company. A near-death encounter convinced the vocalist to commit to music full-time: Early tracks released in 2015 and 2016, "Skilli She Love" and "Bruk Up Party," took an electronically-led approach to the genre. But it was the 2019 hit "Brick Pan Brick" that would prove the artist's breakout moment.

Becoming a major player in dancehall with debut single "Brick Pan Brick," Jamaican musician Skillibeng built an international audience in the early 2020s with his trap-focused approach to the genre. Encouraging hustling with its money-centric verses, the multi-million-streamed track found immediate success in Warmington's home country. From there, Skillibeng had a relentless release schedule, dropping 43 singles in 2020 along with his debut album The Prodigy, the album debuted on the US Current Reggae Albums Chart and peaked at number 16. Among the highlights were his second major hit, "Mr. Universe," the Quenga collaboration "Not," and his third smash hit, "Crocodile Teeth," which got a remix by Nicki Minaj. In 2021, Skillibeng continued the rapid release pattern with 38 more singles, second album The Prodigy: Ladies Only, and third album Crocodile Teeth LP. As well as hits like "Coke" and the "Crocodile Teeth [Remix]," the artist took promising new directions alongside collaborators including Sleepy Hallow ("2 Sauce [Remix]"), Unknown T ("Wollan"), and Popcaan/Rich the Kid ("Rocket Launcher.") ~ David Crone.

Warmington was also the winner of Best Caribbean Music Act at the Mobo Awards of 2022.
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Upcoming gigs:

Sat 13 Jul 2024

Skillibeng: Wireless Finsbury Park 2024, London, United Kingdom

Concerts by BandsInTown

Wed 17 Jul 2024

Skillibeng: O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Concerts by BandsInTown

Thu 18 Jul 2024

Skillibeng: O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Concerts by BandsInTown

Sat 20 Jul 2024

Skillibeng: Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom

Concerts by BandsInTown

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