It seems Stormzy has no time to waste as he delivers a swift response to Wiley’s diss track “Eediyat Skengman,” just 24 hours after it was released. He comes through with Disappointed.
The entire feud is built around stormzy’s “Own It” track featuring Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy off his recently released studio album “Heavy Is The Head.” Wiley reportedly took issue with Stormzy for aligning with Ed Sheeran on the track. Wiley went on to call out Sheeran for being a grime culture vulture, Stormzy responded on twitter, labeling Wiley as a “crackhead.” Wiley’s “Eediyat Skengman” diss-track soon followed without delay.
With both parties not holding and family members involve, only God knows the extent these feud will go. Their lyrics clearly points out that they have never really aligned with each other as Wiley stated on “Eediyat Skengman.” “You never cared about grime, you just used it / Worse than Ed with your watered down music.”
“It’s not homage, looking like a sly one, I know when a brudda and a label join together and they try one / They all copy me, they want some of my one / It don’t work though ’cause this my ting / And I’m the heavyweight champ of the grime ting.” He raps on another verse.
Stormy starts Disappointed by bring back an old beef he had with Wiley’s half-brother Cadell back in 2015 and confronts Wiley’s loyalty, as he once sided with him, bringing Stormzy on stage the same night he had an altercation with Cadell.
“I came to your show, and moved to your brother in front of your dad/ Your old man just stood there pissed/ I said pops, why you look so sad?/ Shoulda known better/ You know I had to show your little brother I’m harder/ Shoulda known better/ Then you brought me out on stage right after/ You f*cking prick/ Go and back your bro before you suck my d*ck.”
Then ends the song by letting Wiley know how disappointed he is, “I’m not mad I’m disappointed.” Listen to the track below and let us know what comes to mind via comment.