DOMINICA AWAITS BOUNTY KILLER
by Cross Cris
Alliance leader Bounty Killer is now in the island of Barbados awaiting his flight enroute to Dominica where he is expected to headline the Pre-Independence Concert dubbed "CREOLE IN THE PARK" at the Botanic Gardens.�
The four (4) day concert which started on Monday, Oct 23 will feature the Dancehall's General on Thursday, Oct 27 (tomorrow). Dominican fans will be in for a treat as Bounty Killer will introduce for the first time on any overseas soil one of his newest recruit from the Alliance Next Generation (ANG) camp sing-jay Patexx..
Patexx who rose to fame with the hit single SUMMER TIME ft. Bounty Killer & Busta Rhymes has been making steady progress throughout his career and is certain to ignite the crowd and make a mark for himself.
Grammy winning producer Payday, Jazzwad and newly recording artiste Big Wayne are all apart of the entourage which is expected to return to the island sometime on Friday...With the festive season now almost upon us Bounty Killer is expected to have a busy schedule both locally and internationally and also showcasing his ANG camp members who is already a household name in Jamaica.
You can also watch TVJ's ER programme this Friday night at 9pm to see an exclusive interview feature on (ANG) Calado and the premiere of his new video titled "Provide"..
For additional info & bookings on Bounty Killer & ANG follow on twitter @alliancefanclub , or on skype at cross.cris , also on facebook at < >www.facebook.com/crosscris or call 1-876-369-5596.
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