The Rocky Road entertainer, whose given name is Rohan Reid, is being asked to report to the Portmore Criminal Investigations Branch by midday on Monday.
Anyone knowing his whereabouts is asked to contact the Portmore Police at 876-989-8422, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
Silk Boss has dominated headlines ever since the circulation of videos of an alleged assault against him hit social media.
Last Friday, the St Catherine South Police urged Reid in a release to make contact with them immediately, noting that their investigators had taken note of the videos and were also aware of documented events and a subsequent interview given by Silk Boss.
They encouraged him to visit the police station located on Braeton Parkway in Portmore, St Catherine.
The tone has since changed and Silk Boss has been given a short time in which to make himself available to police.
Just 11 hours ago, the deejay, who's originally from Montego Bay, released a new single on his official YouTube channel. The single, Sorry, has already racked up 388,000 views on YouTube and is already No. 1 on Trending.
The video for Sorry opens with a clip of his alleged assault.
"People nuh genuine,
None ah demnuh real, dem only come round fi de benefits,
When demnuh get it, dem eyes red like seh a red herring,
Mi sidunginnadi bush by myself a pree many tings
Mi ownafreind go set me up and mekdemtek mi tings," croons the deejay.
The track speaks of pain and betrayal and is believed to refer to the alleged incident.