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Keep my name out of your mouth, Skales warns Samklef

Nigerian rapper and singer Raoul john Njeng-Njeng also known as Skales has sent a stern warning to music producer, Samklef. Skales has told the music producer to keep his name out of his mouth.

During a podcast called “Ionwannatalk” hosted by Big J and co-hosted by, TheOnlySlim, the Skales spoke a lot to say about the ups and downs in his career from when he joined his first record label at EME, to his current record label, Baseline Music.

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Replying to a question from Big J, Skales explained that while his former boss Banky W stated that he and Wizkid were his retirement plan, people misunderstood the statement as Banky W uttered the words for promotion.

The singer further continued with the podcast by explaining how he has benefitted a lot in music most especially in the middle east, the artist explains that he has toured music in the middle east, and in 2017, he had a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Major Lazer.

Getting to the end of the podcast, Big J throws a question at Skales, wanting to know his relationship with Samklef, and Skales replied, saying Samklef is being disrespectful to him as he warned him not to talk about him or make references to his name the way he does.

Big J continues by asking him why he’s so upset at Samklef, and he replies, “I don’t like his energy, there’s a lot of growth and healing that needs to be done on certain things, guess what, if he sees this he might wanna get back at me but he’ll never get a reply.”(sic)

Skales also said that Samklef did a lot of things that hurt his feelings but he will never speak of it, he also went on to say that Samklef would never produce music for him.

The singer just released his latest amapiano song called “Kpakurukpa” and his new album called “Sweet distraction”.



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