Bounty Killer’s new album King of Kingston is loading. It’s been almost two decades since Bounty Killer released an album.[Read More…]
Bounty Killer was one of the most aggressive dancehall stars of the ’90s, a street-tough rude boy with an unrepentant flair for gun talk. There were many other facets to his music — condemnations of corrupt authority, collaborations with hardcore hip-hop artists, tributes to his mother, an ongoing DJ rivalry with Beenie Man — but his main persona was so dominant that many fans instantly associated him with his more violent material. With such seeming contradictions in his personality, his image in Jamaica was not unlike that of 2Pac in America, though of course he was a far less tragic figure. Making his name in Jamaica during the early ’90s, Bounty Killer was working extensively in hip-hop crossover territory by the end of the decade, but retained his hard edge no matter what the musical context.
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Bounty Killer fix his dancehall crown on the cover art of his forthcoming album, King of Kingston. The dancehall legend[Read More…]
Bounty Killer did not hold back on giving his opinion on the violence currently gripping Jamaica. The dancehall legend speaks[Read More…]
Bounty Killer taps Bunji Garlin for his forthcoming album, King of Kingston. One of Trinidad and Tobago’s premier Soca artists,[Read More…]
Bounty Killer seconds a Jamaican senator’s take on the correlation between crime and music. The ongoing debate in Jamaica concerning[Read More…]
DJ Khaled Link With Jamaican Legends In “Where You Come From” Visual – Bounty Killer, Buju Banton, Capleton
DJ Khaled managed to get four of the biggest legends in dancehall in one video fitting as an ode to[Read More…]
Bounty Killer says politics is to be blamed for Bob Marley getting shot decades ago and not dancehall music. Bounty[Read More…]
The murder of George Floyd last year sparked worldwide tensions and protests, but on Tuesday, April 4, the public celebrates[Read More…]
The philanthropic nature of Bounty ‘Warlord’ Killer has been kicked into full rev over the past few years, and the[Read More…]
Bounty Killer says he regrets some past violent lyrics, but is making it clear he is still the same Rodney[Read More…]
Dancehall deejay Bounty Killer is reacting favorably to the offer of Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ Parliamentary presentation that proposed[Read More…]
DJ Khaled has assembled a star-studded dancehall lineup for his new album with Koffee, Bounty Killer, Capleton, Buju Banton, Barrington[Read More…]