Shock Absorbers founder, Bad Boy Timz moves away with the last grip of 2021 dubbed, “Skelele.”
Bad Boy Timz’ newest entry will serves as his last of the year as he calls for the vocal appearance of YBNL leader and Indigenous sweetheart from the South-West region of Nigeria, Olamide Baddo who let his belt lose for a deep breath. We can remember how they collaborated on Olamide’s past record, “Loading” and it was a sensation off his studio project, “Carpe Diem” album.
The Semzi Beatz-made and orchestrated instrumental to “Skelele” was enough to make our end of the year a rollercoaster. It comes as Bad Boy Timz sophomore number under his newly formed imprint Shock Absorbers after making a history debut with his most recent, “Move” played on every corner of the street.
Looking forward to his studio body of work which will be made available next summer, Bad Boy Timz looks prepared to what the industry will provide. Making that move, he came with Olamide on a new Afrobeat tagged, “Skelele” which is already making sense to people’s ears. Few weeks back, Bad Boy Timz revealed that he will be unveiling a studio body of work, “Young, Rich and In Charge” and also a joint project via his official Instagram page.
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Summarily, Bad Boy Timz will be making room for distribution of two massive body of work – his first career studio album and a collaborative work of art with his team, Shock Absorbers tagged “Birth of a New King” album.
“Skelele” has some catchy lyrics like:
“Normally Cynthia i can’t complain
But see as she dey look my face now
Cause she see my ex for my facetime
And she wanna catch a case
Na why she wanna come my place now
Scatter the whole arena
But i go still touch her waistline
Baby make i sample your baseline
This sound e go cause trouble for your ear
You go see danger you go fear
Her body na pepper peh oh peh
Ata ro ju and tatashe, ibadi e lo je ki gameover
If you see her backa na big konga
Big container omo see her chasing paper oh
Ah skelele, see my skelele, my sexy skelele
Oh Bebe Oh Bebe
Baby ti mo fe gbedes
O sa mi si kpetes
Orobo yen fe do mi jeje
Tell me who you dey test x2″
Listen to “Skelele” by Bad Boy Timz featuring Olamide below.