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Bounty Killer Declares Himself King Of Dancehall


Jamaican dancehall Star Bounty Killer has declared himself ‘Kingston’s King of dancehall as he prepares to release his latest album ‘ King of Kingston’.

The legendary singer produced the cover of the much anticipated album depicting him as king with the crown over his head.

He also sent a warning to every other artists set to drop their albums this year to be ready to be toppled by the Bounty himself.

The ‘Benz and Bimma’ Singer took to Instagram to make the announcement to his more than 800k fans over the weekend.

 “Y’album alerts the coming is near ? Side Note : Since everybody and dem granny making album this year all of a sudden let me make this clear all who and who dropping dem little dumpling thing dweet fast and move bcuz when GIANT a feed up a pudding pan kerosene tin business in other words the BIGGEST BADDEST and the BEST dancehall Y’album for the last two decades is…. LOADING”posted Bounty.

The Singer’s sentiments come after the recent coronation of incarcerated dancehall Star Vybz Kartel as ‘King of Dancehall’ who beat the likes of Popcaan and Masicka.

It is also seen as Mavado was throwing shade at fellow dancehall Star Alkaline who also recently dropped his album ‘Top Prize’, which is currently doing well on streaming platforms such as Amazon and iTunes.

Bounty is further seen to put notice on other dancehall veterans like Beenie Man and Sean Paul whose albums are in the pipeline.

It has taken Bounty Killer two decades since he dropped his last studio album in 2002 ‘Ghetto Dictionary :The Art of War.

He remains as a force to reckon with in dancehall music circles both in Jamaica and internationally.

Apart from music he has also involved himself in charity work and recently donated tablets to aid learning in schools amid the Corona pandemic.