Ireland and South London collide on Offica x Fizzler’s drill heater ‘SkiddiBop’

The pair's contrasting flows fuse geographical differences making for a clean and fresh sound...

28.11.19, Words by: Billy Ward

‘SkiddiBop’ is the latest offering from 18-year-old artist Offica from Drogheda, an Irish town near Dublin, who is quickly carving out and defining his own space amongst drill’s rising stars.

Phasing between the West African language Yoruba as well as Irish and UK slang, the bi-lingual rapper teams up with South London’s Fizzler for the infectious new tune.

Continuing what is becoming an ever-increasing trend in the drill scene, the song’s visuals are centred around the leg-twisting ‘SkiddiBop’ dance which was first seen in Offica’s debut video ‘Naruto Drillings‘ – the track that saw YouTuber KSI enlisted for the popular remix version.

The pair’s contrasting flows fuse geographical differences which are not so visible in other drill songs, making for a clean and fresh sound that holds its own.

Watch the video for ‘SkiddiBop’:

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