- Bounty Killer is set to drop his first-ever reggae album.
- Bounty Killer has canceled his album “King of Kingston” due to a record label row.
- The veteran dancehall star teamed up with Baby Cham and Dave Kelly in joint Ep.
Dancehall legend Bounty Killer has revealed plans of coming up with his first ever reggae album.
The album will feature at least 15 songs and is set for release come next year.
“I’ve never done a reggae album inna mi life, Straight reggae album” said Bounty partly.
Some of the big names expected are Marcia Griffiths, Richy Stephens, Jah Vinci and Olaf Blackwood among others.
The veteran singer disclosed a delay in the release of his much anticipated album “King Of Kingston” due to a label row.
Joint Ep “Time Bomb” With Baby Cham
The raspy voiced singer has chosen to keep his fans entertained by teaming up with Baby Cham and Dave Kelly in a joint Ep “Time Bomb”.
Bounty and Baby Cham share an unmatched chemistry, In 1999 they worked on the hit song “Another Level”.
Recently, they’ve had follow ups with “Blood Clxxt” and “Slow Motion”.
Bounty further added that the Ep serves as a perfect gift to fans after a two decade wait for a new album.
The Ep was dropped in September 22, 2023 and is currently getting good reviews.
According to Bounty, His choice to delay the album was worthy since he wants to put out nothing but the best.
The album was being prepared at Ghetto Youths International Record label owned by Bob Marley sons Stephen, Julian and Damian.
Still, the record label is yet to give a statement on the same.
“I’m not rushing. In due time I will put it out but I’m not rushing cause 20 years now mi nuh do nuh album so why mi a force fi guh put out album now wid di wrong agreement? Mi is a man weh nuh rush fi do tings. My ting has to be proper” he stated partly.