Skip Da Line is all about his THICC girls for Summer 21, so much so he created a banger accompanied by official visuals.

The official music video was released today via SkipaDaLine’s VEVO channel at 10 AM EST, Friday April 30th with notable Jamaican acts such as popular entertainer and sun-jock Supa Hype, Instagram personalities Cuz and Jimbo Dee.

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The video portrays a very energetic ‘pool party’ setting with great music, beautiful caribbean women gyrating their waistlines, luxury vehicles and a lot of booze !

The thicc single has racked up a couple of achievements prior to the release of the official music video drop; ‘Thicc’ experienced a surge in listenership after uploading the single to his official Audiomack profile then it later trended positively on the Top 200 charts

The single which is self produced within 24hrs landed itself a ‘trending’ spot and has racked up a total of 19,000 streams within two weeks.

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Donovan Nelson got his introduction into the industry through photography, by making himself a household within the entertainment circuit of New York City.

Donovan created his own photography company entitled,™ He then got to work by capturing photographs and footage at various prominent Dancehall oriented events, which in time transformed into live performances and major Caribbean concerts.

Donovan took this opportunity to network and create connections with premiere artists, entertainment personalities, DJ’s & Industry agents.

Thus the formation of Skip Da Line, who then conceptualized and made into actuality, arguably his most popular to date “Get High

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Romario English, known professionally as Romieikon, is a Jamaican dancehall influencer, producer, recording artist and songwriter. Beginning his career in the latter years of the 2000 decade, where he pursed being a disco-jock under the moniker 'DJRomiie' while attending Cornwall College high school in Montego-Bay St James.