Skanky Skanky

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Skanky Skanky
Skanky skanky-cover.jpeg
Studio album by Toddla T
Released 22 May 2009
Genre Dancehall, hip hop, grime
Label 1965 Records, Sony UK
Toddla T chronology
Skanky Skanky
(2009)
FabricLive.47
(2009)

Skanky Skanky is the debut album by the artist Toddla T. It features collaborations from artists including Matt Helders, Roots Manuva, Tinchy Stryder, Hervé & Benjamin Zephaniah. There are also more regular contributions from Serocee and Mr Versatile.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Daily Telegraph 4/5 stars [1]
Clash 8/10 stars [2]
NME 7/10 stars [3]

Track list[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Featured Artists Length
1. "Boom DJ From the Steel City" Tom Bell, Matt Helders Trigganom & Helders 3:28
2. "Goin' Off" Tom Bell, Rodney Hylton Smith Roots Manuva, Serocee & Shake Aletti 3:35
3. "Rice and Peas" Tom Bell, Jason Lee Bailey Mr Versatile 3:43
4. "Butter Me Up" Tom Bell, Kwasi Danquah Siobhan Gallagher & Tinchy Stryder 3:25
5. "Manabadman" Tom Bell Serocee 3:04
6. "Safe" Tom Bell, Ross Orton, Kwasi Danquah, Jason Lee Bailey Tinchy Stryder & Mr Versatile 3:42
7. "Sound Tape Killin'" Tom Bell Serocee 3:08
8. "Road Trip" Tom Bell, Jason Lee Bailey T Willy and Mr Versatile 3:23
9. "Shake It" Tom Bell, Joshua Harvey Hervé & Serocee 2:59
10. "Rebel" Tom Bell, Benjamin Zephaniah, Joe Goddard Benjamin Zephaniah & Joe Goddard 4:25
11. "No Kip" Tom Bell, Jason Lee Bailey T Willy & Mr Versatile 3:25
12. "Funny Money" Tom Bell, Rodney Hylton Smith Roots Manuva & Siobhan Gallagher 4:37
13. "Where Mi Key Deh?" Tom Bell, Jason Lee Bailey Mr Versatile 3:49
14. "Better" Tom Bell, Matt Helders, Jason Lee Bailey, Laura Marar Jason Lee Bailey & Helders 5:27

References[edit]

  1. ^ Perry, Andrew (27 May 2009). "Toddla T: Skanky Skanky, CD Review". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 26 August 2011. 
  2. ^ Murray, Robin (1 May 2009). "Toddla T - Skanky Skanky". Clash. Retrieved 26 August 2011. 
  3. ^ "Album Review: Toddla T - 'Skanky Skanky'". NME. 19 May 2009. Retrieved 26 August 2011. 

External links[edit]

Skanky Skanky at MusicBrainz (list of releases)