Bounty Killer Previews Busy Signal Collab Off New Album “King Of Kingston”

Bounty Killer gave fans a preview of his forthcoming album, King Of Kingston.

Dancehall artiste Bounty Killer is getting ready to release a brand new album, the first time in nearly two decades. The ‘Poor People’s Governor” told recently told reporters that the upcoming album will be “a definite treat for dancehall fans.” Bounty offered a snippet of what fans can experience from the soon-to-be-released album. The preview was of a track with his former protege, dancehall artiste Busy Signal.

The preview was shared via Instagram from King Jammy’s studio. The short clip had the fans and followers in a frenzy as they eagerly await the full version of the track titled “Bang Bung.”

“Turf president and di General nothing nuh normal…,” came one comment.”

The upcoming album is titled King of Kingston and is a follow up to this Ghetto Diary released by VP Records in 2002. Grammy Award-winning artiste Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley leads the charge as the executive producer of the project. Gong and Killer have previously collaborated on “Khaki Suit,” released in 2005.

Bounty Killer is still coming off a high from his Verzuz’ battle’ last year with longtime rival turned friend Beenie Man. The online ‘battle’ was streamed over a million times and helped to draw attention to the two dancehall veterans. The increase in publicity led to both Beenie and Bounty announcing that they had brand new albums in the pipeline. The gains from the Verzuz battle are still bountiful, with both Bounty Killer and Beenie also gaining equity shares following the sale of Verzuz. Bounty’s discography is already decorated with some stellar cuts from the 90s and even a Grammy win through his controversial collaboration “Hey Baby” with the now-defunct Pop group, No Doubt.

We are sure his fans cannot wait for this album to be released after a near 20 year hiatus. For the most part, Bounty has been tight-lipped about the exact date that the project will hit streaming services, but all indications point to some time this year.

2021 is shaping up to be a great year in music for Jamaica, with albums from the likes of Shenseea, Beenie Man, Intence, Bounty Killer, among others.

Cardi B Is Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Latest Target On Instagram: Will She Fall For It?

Tekashi 6ix9ine has moved on from Meek Mill and is now taking aim at Cardi B.

Ever since his album basically flopped when measured with the prior expectations, 6ix9ine has remained relatively low-key and, do I dare say, quiet. It wasn’t until his feud with Meek Mill recently hit an anticlimactic peak when they ran into each other earlier this month in the parking garage of a club in Atlanta.

It seemed on that viral note, the New York rapper had returned to his usual antics on social media. He, of course, recorded the confrontation gaining free publicity and catapulting his name right back into the spotlight. Then on Wednesday (Feb. 24), the rapper turned things up a notch when he came for the one and only Cardi B.

Making allusions to the Grammy Award-winning rapper’s sordid past as a stripper, Tekashi 6ix9ine asked fans if he could get away with what Cardi did. “If I took women to hotels, drugged them, and then robbed them, would I be canceled?” 6ix9ine wrote on his Instagram Story, taking a poll of “yes” or “no” from his followers.

Cardi B previously admitted that as a stripper, she used to drug and rob guys who wanted to pay her for sex while explaining that nothing was simply handed to her. A widespread discussion ensued after the controversial confession, but for the most part, the double standard was blatantly evident.

Cardi B is yet to respond to what seems to be a clout-chasing post alluding to her. The last time the Billboard-topping rapper had to address something 6ix9ine said about her was when he namedropped her in court as a Blood gang member during his high-profile racketeering case. That infamously ended with him cutting a deal to get out early and his former gangmates biding in a cell.

Meek Mill may have retreated when he had the chance to knock his head off, but 6ix9ine should know that with Cardi B, if it’s up then it’s stuck. Is Tekashi taking a risk trolling Cardi B?