Dancehall Artist Bounty Killer Credits The  Jamaica’s Government Lack Of Involvement In The Music Scene, For Grammy And Billboard Short Coming

Beenie Man & Bounty Killer To Perform Live Together At Yush This Friday |  MARIA JACKSON MAGAZINEBounty Killer, who has been very upset with the Grammys for awarding the ‘Best Reggae Album’ to the American band SOJA, is blaming the Jamaican Government for their lack of support for Jamaica’s musical roots.

On Instagram, Bounty Killer posted a video of himself vibing to a song featuring Sizzla and himself. His post points finger at the government for fighting against the Jamaican musical culture while using it for their political gain, which is what he says is the reason why international platforms were snubbing dancehall and Jamaican born reggae artistes.

Video: Bounty Killer - Street Smart 1/29/2022In the video, Sizzla is heard singing, “How dem fi fight reggae music” and went on to sing about people fighting against the culture and “babylon going down”.

Bounty Killer Ecstatic On The 25th Anniversary Of His Landmark Album 'My  Xperience' – DancehallMagFollowing Sizzla’s lines, Bounty Killer comes in singing about the truth being hidden and Jamaica’s roots being destroyed.

Under the video, Bounty Killer wrote, “Dedicated to di Jamaican government who’s fighting our culture music and even we language but still uses it to promote their campaigns that’s why dutty billboard and granmy feel they can style di thing folks. How Dem Fi Fight Reggae Music. Feat. @therealsizzlakalonji @breadbackproductions.”

Source: Bounty Killer Blames Jamaica’s Government For Grammy And Billboard Snub – YARDHYPE

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