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ARTIST NEWS

Bounty Killer Takes Aim At Politicians In New Political Dub, Hints At Running For Office

Jamaica’s 2020 election day is finally! This means we will see masked wearing citizens of the nation making their way to the various polling stations across the island to mark their X next to representatives of the two main political parties of the island, PNP (People’s National Party) and JLP (Jamaica Labour Party). However, if veteran Jamaican artiste Bounty Killer had his own way, his name would be on the ballot heading his Poor People Party (PPP).

The deejay has been blasting the government for much of his career, with songs such as his 1996 hit “Fed Up,” bringing light to the current plights of the less fortunate people in society who are exploited by governing bodies for curry favors. However, the deejay’s decision to finally consider running for office may have been heightened by the controversial choice of a handful of Jamaican entertainers who decided to make custom dubplates for both the PNP and the JLP.

MUSIC NEWS

Popcaan is calling Mavado irrelevant in dancehall and challenging him to release an album.

Popcaan recently concluded an interview with the crew from Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning, and one of the hot topics of the spirited discussion centered around his relationship with fellow dancehall strongman and rival Mavado. Popcaan had some very blatant advice for the Gully Gad, meanwhile revealing that he would be open to putting whatever differences to have to the side in order to collaborate for the betterment of the culture.

While describing his stance on Mavado’s place in the musical industry, more specifically dancehall, Popcaan said, “Mavado is a ensies.. him irrelevant, him need to make ah album. That’s my words to Mavado, I dare you to make an album, bro.”

The challenge from Popcaan does seem to have some merits since Mavado’s latest album, Mr. Brooks…A Better Tomorrow, was released in 2009, over a decade ago. Popcaan, on the other hand, is still reveling in the success of his third studio album aptly titled, the FIXTAPE. This latest drop was proceeded by Where We Come From (2014), Forever (2018), and Vanquish (2019). FIXTAPE was able to make it into the top 100 of the Billboard 200 chart and debuted at number 02, on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

UPCOMING ARTIST

Reggae Icon Toots Hibbert In Medically-Induced Coma, Prayers Pour In

oots Hibbert was placed in a medically induced coma as his health deteriorates.

Urban Islandz reported last weekend that reggae legend Toots Hibbert was rushed to a hospital, admitted to the intensive care unit, and gets tested for COVID-19. Per his family source, the test results are not back yet, and as of the time of this publication, we’re told that he is in a medically induced coma. His family is urging fans to pray for the singer as he fights for his life at the University Hospital Of The West Indies (UHWI).

We’re told that other members of the reggae star’s close circle have taken gotten tested for COVID-19 and gone into self-quarantine.

 

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