Following Skepta’s opening verse, J Balvin holds it down with the follow-up, adding an interesting contrast with some Spanish bars. Despite the language difference, the chemistry on wax is clear, and it should be interesting to see how much momentum “Nirvana” gains before the big EP drop. Speaking of which, look for Skepta’s All In EP to drop off tomorrow, featuring additional guest appearances from Kid Cudi and Teezee.
How do you feel about Skepta and J Balvin’s “Nirvana?”
Good pussy keep me awake
Got them big racks make the milk shake
And I don’t discriminate, but if she a snack that’s a dinner date