Skepta, the British rapper of Nigerian descent, has come through with ‘Tony Montana’, his highly anticipated single featuring Portable.


The ‘Bad Energy’ hitmaker announced the release of the track across streaming platforms on his social media pages.

Skepta had earlier teased the collaboration between him and the ‘Zazoo Zeh’ hitmaker and had fans on their toes awaiting the unlikely collaboration.

In ‘Tony Montana’, Skepta and Portable present a fusion of two very different sounds.


Skepta engages in his usual wordplay while delivering his bars, flowing smoothly from one line to the next.

Portable, on the other hand, infuses his distinct street palace and sound giving the track a unique vibe.

“Tony Tony Tony Montana/ Wacko psycho/ I want to explode/ Fire oh ginger oh/ Somebody pour me water oh/ I dey on my own/ Waka jeje make you no jam my back,” they sing.


Born Joseph Olaitan Adenuga, Skepta has made his mark on the music scene as a rapper.

The 41-year-old has had five albums, five mixtapes, and one collaborative body of work.

He has also been nominated for multiple awards including the Brit Awards.

Portable, on the other hand, gained fame in December 2021 with the release of ‘Zazoo Zeh’. He has since been in the news for controversial reasons.



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