Bounty Killer and Popcaan Make Peace
Although he pledged his allegiance to his former mentor Vybz Kartel, dancehall artiste Popcaan has buried the hatchet and has reconciled with iconic dancehall artiste Bounty Killer.
Bounty Killer celebrated his 41st birthday last weekend at Sugarman Beach in Portmore, St Catherine. It was during selector Boom Boom's set that the surprise came.
"Him (Popcaan) deh Canada pon tour and him send a voicenote to him sister and tell him sister fi mek sure mi get the song. Mi mek the link wid har and she burn it off pon a CD and mi just premiere it at the party," Boom Boom said.
In the voicenote, Popcaan said, "Yuh done know a Popcaan a represent fi Bounty Killer the legendary. Yuh done know today a yuh special day so mi just waan seh on behalf of me and the Unruly Gang, big up yuh damn self." This was followed by an a capella version of one of his songs, Party Non Stop.
Bounty Killer told THE WEEKEND STAR that he was surprised by the birthday greeting.
"I was a bit surprised but it touched everybody. I went to his birthday party at the Quad too so there is a mutual understanding," Bounty Killer said.
The Warlord went on to say that he is now more focused on music and less on war.
"My earlier days was fighting against who I didn't like. Now in my later days, it's all about uniting with the people. I care zero about haters," he said.
Although speculation has been rampant that Popcaan has joined Bounty Killer's Alliance Next Generation (ANG) camp, Bounty Killer refuted these claims.
With an arsenal of new hits under his belt, including a recent collab with I-Octane, Bounty Killer told THE WEEKEND STAR that is now focused on positivity in the music.
"Everything that is great and positive is up with me from here onwards. Fans can look out for new tracks, albums, videos and tours. I'm also focusing on the development of my 'young gaads' artistes, producers, musicians and selectors. Greatness and beyond mi say. Alliance for life," the deejay said.
Shenseea Claims "Princess Of Dancehall" Critics Hits Back
Dancehall artiste Shenseea yesterday claimed her spot among the
female dancehall royalty when she dubbed herself dancehall's 'princess'
in a post to her Instagram page.
The post took on a life of its own, sparking debate about
which female dancehall artiste was deserving of the title princess,
since Spice is the queen.Read full article here
Rygin King said Alkaline Not On his Level
Dancehall artiste Rygin King might be losing a few fans after comments he made about Alkaline, not on his level. During
a live broadcast on his Instagram Montego Bay Based artiste, Rygin King
was asked if Alkaline is bigger Read more here
Upcoming dancehall artiste Jay Blaxx was shot and killed in the community of Granville, St James on August 28, 2018.
Reports reaching us are that Jay Blaxx who is from the said community was killed by Read more here
To have your Music, Video, Album, Press Releases or posted or promoted on our site [Click here to contact us for more info]
Who Is The Most Underrated Reggae Entertainer You know?
Over the years there are a lot of good Dancehall and Reggae music
entertainers who has been pushed unto the back burner for some reason
not of their own.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO....
Articles On Dancehall Reggae World You Might Have Missed ......
Producers, Artists, Publicist and Managers Get your Product Out to Over 20,000 Music industry players. Our players Include Radio Stations, Sound Systems and Deejays. Click here to Contact Us For More detail.
Win a digital copy of "Welcome To Jamrock Digital CD" by answering the following question.
As a producer What's the name of the first album produced by Damian Jr Gong Marley on his Ghetto Youths International label?
CLICK HERE TO POST YOUR ANSWER
Rygin King ready to take dancehall throne - He has been racking up hit after hit in recent times. His songs, 'Things
Go Change' and 'How Me Grow', have been creating a buzz on the local
scene, igniting the dancehall space and has helped to cement the
up-and-coming artiste's place on 'the ones to watch out for' list.
His name is Rygin King, and while he may be fairly new to the
industry, the artiste believes he is dancehall's next 'rising king'.
Dancehall lovers have only just begun to put a name to the songs that
have been burning up the streets over the past few months, but little is
known about the young man behind the music; until now. Read more here
Send Your Music, Video and Press Releases to firstname.lastname@example.org