Bounty Killer Celebrates Hall Of Fame Admission Says “My Two Grammy Never Sweet Mi So”

Bounty Killer revels in Wray & Nephew Cultural Impact Award | Loop JamaicaBounty Killer’s labour of love in Dancehall for 30-plus years appears to be reaping huge rewards for him in 2024, which is deemed an “eight-year” period in which “abundance, balance, and success” are predicted.

The Warlord has been celebrating all week on Instagram following his induction into the Jamaica Music Museum Hall of Fame during the Reggae Gold Awards presentation ceremony on Thursday night and the Wray & Nephew Cultural Impact Award from Wray Rum.

Bounty appeared especially excited about his placement in the 2024 Jamaica Music Museum Hall of Fame Inductions, alongside greats such as Big Youth, Black Uhuru, Third World, Beenie Man, Gerald ‘Bogle’ Levy for dance, Wycliffe ‘Steely’ Johnson and Cleveland ‘Clevie’ Browne on the night.

Bounty Killer revels in Wray & Nephew Cultural Impact Award | Loop Jamaica“My two grammy award certificates never sweet mi so at all😅😂,” Bounty stated on Instagram on Tuesday.

“The most honor and honorable thing is to be honored among your natives and peers they said a king is never crowned is his town Well Dis A Fimi Crown Inna Fimi Town,” the Warlord also stated.

Bounty also heaped praises on Minister of Entertainment and Culture Olivia “Babsy” Grange, who served as his manager early in his Dancehall career, hailing her as the best sports and entertainment minister in Jamaica’s history.

“People and let’s also give minister Grange her flowers from now bcuz when politicians fails to perform we make a scene of it which is right.  So when they are doing everything in their capacity to maximize their performance what we should do recognize it and highlight it in order to pushes them do even better.  And I think that Ms Babsy Grange is this country’s best ever so far sports and entertainment minister who disagree,” the Poor People Fed Up artist said of the Minister who presented him with the award on the night.

His manager Paul “Bankey” Giscombe and Rohan Marley cheered him along.

Our Today“Well deserve my Brother long time real Goat 🐐 in the music 🎶 industry congratulations i am so happy to be apart of the journey till them time till now one Rodney Price Salute to the fullest @1unogeneral, Giscombe wrote, while Marley added along with some fire icons: “We riding thru the ghetto fi months and fi days”.

On another celebratory post immediately following the presentation of the awards, Bounty had deemed the Jamaican awards just as auspicious as any America could give.

“What Rock n Roll hall of fame means to Americans Jamaica Music hall of fame means to us equivalently, so its whole weekend of celebration for me folks humbled and grateful,” he had noted on IG.

Known for always paying his respects to those who played an indelible role in his musical ascension, Bounty dedicated the Hall of Fame Award to the late Wayne Smith of Sleng Teng fame, his friend Boom Dandimite, who died last year, Jeffrey Sponsa (also deceased), and his fans for their roles in his career.

“I dedicated this induction of me into Jamaica Reggae Music Hall Fame to all my day one supports and fans and extendedly to Ronald Rose aka Jeffery Sponsa RIP the first man to put the mic in my hand and also to the late great #WayneSmith RIP, the first man to ever recorded me at his house in C-View.  That was my first ever release the original New Gun on the top secret riddim and last but not least to mi bredda Boom City aka @dancehalldandimite who took me to the studio I thank you y’all I’m grateful and thankful for guidance and kindness,” he wrote.

Bounty also expressed his gratitude to Wray and Nephew Rum company for his other award.

“Another one last night I also received the ICONIC AWARD from @wrayrum the spirit of Jamaica in recognition for my over three decades iconic presence in dancehall I want to say thanks and gratitude it’s much appreciated salute,” he said.

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Source: Bounty Killer Celebrates Hall Of Fame Induction: “My Two Grammy Certificates Never Sweet Mi So” – DancehallMag

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