- Bounty Killer and Baby Cham ‘Time Bomb’ reaches number 1 one on iTunes.
- It’s the pairs first collaboration since their 1999 hit song, Another Level.
- Bounty Killer made his first trip to the UK in fifteen years.
Bounty Killer and Baby Cham are over the moon following the success of their joint project, Time Bomb Ep hitting number one on the US iTunes reggae chart.
‘Time Bomb’ has remained on the chart for two weeks until Friday when it was eclipsed by Bob Marley and the Wailers “Three Little Birds”.
“Time Bomb” is the title track of their joint Ep which bears the same name.
It was released into the market on September 22 and has been making good progress on You Tube and iTunes.
This saw it climbing to number one two weeks ago.
Long History Of Friendship
Bounty Killer and Baby Cham share a long history of friendship.
Their first collaboration dates back to 1999 on their smash hit, Another Level.
Howver, they have had other collaborations in recent times with songs like ‘Blood Clxxt; and ‘Slow Motion’ featuring Dexta Daps.
In a statement to the press, Baby Cham shared his gratitude noting that he and Bounty Killer were thankful to their fans for the support.
Baby Cham further added that they had given the project their all and it was fulfilling seeing its success.
“It’s a blessing and a great feeling to reach #1 on the iTunes Reggae chart. At the same time, it’s humbling because the fans are really showing up and showing out for us. Myself, Bounty Killer and Dave Kelly put so much into this project and it’s great a feeling to know our fans are loving it.
Bounty Killer Back In The UK After 15 Years
while celebrating the project’s success, Bounty Killer travelled to the United Kingdom for the first time in a record 15 years.
They’re set to go on tour while promoting their piece of work.
In an earlier statement to the public, Bounty disclosed that they worked on the ‘Time Bomb’ Ep when the world was facing the Corona pandemic.