The summer is now heating up and so too is the dancehall scene.
First Anthony B said Bounty Killer and Elephant Man are Broke.
Now Assassin (Agent Sasco) said dancehall artiste Khago is a "Freaky Ras".
In a story carried in the Jamaica-star.com news online, Khago said that he never told anyone that he was a Rasta-Man.
Here's the full story..
After calling out Bushman for comments he made about him, artiste Khago is now taking lyrical shots at Assassin.
According to Khago, Assassin has released a song titled Bun Freaky Ras which he believes is directed at him.
Khago says that it is his newly released single called Three Sum, that Assassin is counteracting.
In the song Bun Freaky Ras Assassin deejays:
'Right now di ting a run slack,/the almshouse fi stop/How Ras a beg three sum? Mi bun freaky ras'
To this Khago replied, that he has never said he was a Rastafarian.
"Mi separate religion from music. Mi never tell nobody say mi a Rasta. Mi and nuh man never meet up a Bobo Hill. Dem a look a hype. Everybody can grow locks but a nuh every man a Rasta," Khago told THE STAR.
Khago says he is hurt by what he describes as Assassin's betrayal.
"The first time mi meet Assassin a bout two months ago when mi an him buck up inna airport and the flight delay and mi go sit down beside him and him a talk to me and him a say him see say dem a give me a fight in the industry and how mi fi just gwaan do the work. Him all give me him BB pin and say him want voice me pon a rhythm. Now as him hear mi song him a di first fi jump pon it," Khago said.
jump pon it
Khago says that he feels disrespected by Assassin.
"Him a move like music police. From Kartel rub out him career, him just sit down and wait till some artiste put out a tune and him jump pon it. A nuh me make Kartel gone a jail wid Assassin book and pen," a furious Khago said.
Since then, Khago has released a song titled Sumn Haffi Fishy Bout You which was produced by Cashflow Records. In it, Khago deejays:
'den a wha make the boy never tek the bribe, when the World Boss box him a Shocking Vibes/ Him spread out like catty wid a licence act/ A di carbon copy of Baby Cham dat ... everybody know say Sasco a pervert so the streets nah give you comfort...'
Khago further stated that when he heard Assassin's song, he sent him a message on his Blackberry, which he says Assassin has not responded to.
"Assassin don't have no melody. Him nuh call my name but mi a call dem name. Every year dem do dis song and call my name and try use me as guinea pig. Mi off a mute now, dem fi leave me mek mi do mi ting," Khago said
When contacted, a member of Assassin's management team said the artiste had no comment on the matter.
Listen both songs below..
Khago - Three Sum
Assassin aka Agent Sasco - Bun Freaky Act
What's your take on this latest saga..post your comments below.
DANCEHALL MUSIC - Dancehall
is a genre of Jamaican popular music that originated in the late 1970s.
Initially dancehall was a more sparse version of reggae than the roots
style, which had dominated much of the 1970s.
REGGAE MUSIC - Reggae
is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. The term
also denotes the modern popular music of Jamaica and its diaspora. A
1968 single by Toots and the Maytals "Do the Reggay" was the first popular song to use the word "reggae,"