Popcaan crushed the streets with the Killy in his new party anthem “Anything.”
The Unruly Boss links with DropTop Records on his latest single, “Anything,” featured on the hot new DropTop Riddim. The track arrives just in time for the summer party season. “Unnu see the Killy them outside a the boat ride / Ruger and the glock them pon the boat side / Prettiest gal a say she don’t have no pride / And say she waan rub the dick pon her mouth side,” Popcaan deejay.
Popcaan has been dropping new music almost weekly since the start of the year. The Unruly Boss also dropped off his latest project Forever last year and is working on his next one due later this year. Listen to the new track “Anything” below.
Munga Honorable Drops Visuals For His “Stars” Single
Munga Honorable drops the visuals for his new single “Stars.”
Munga Honorable continues his comeback to mainstream dancehall with an afro inspired tune. The song “Stars” shows the Deejays versatility as it differs in style from anything I’ve heard from him before. Released with a high-quality music video, its clear Munga expects further success with this track. The song alludes to a party environment and extravagant spending ( braffing) consistent with the vibe of the summer season. His experience is evident as he plays with melodies and flows all throughout the song.
It definitely seems the game was missing Munga over the years as his recent tracks have all hit the mark with the monster hit “Nah mad” accompanied by “Fiery” and the ambiance blazing the trail “Stars” hopes to continue. It’s a song I highly recommend, be sure to give it a listen.
Bounty Killer Aging Like Fine Wine “47 fit me better than 27”
Bounty Killer is really feeling himself right now and rightfully so.
The dancehall kingpin says he is proud of the fact that three years shy of 50, and after more than 27 years in Jamaica’s music industry, he is aging like fine wine. “Gyal dem say mi aging gracefully; handsome dem wah hold mi ransom and 47 fit me better than 27,” the Killa declared recently in an Instagram post, which attracted more than 10,000 and hundreds of comments from adoring female fans.
Bounty Killer, born Rodney Pryce in Kingston in 1972, grew up in the battle-hardened community of Seaview Gardens in Jamaica’s capital, Kingston. He celebrated his 47th birthday two weeks ago on June 12, 2019.
The artiste, who stands at six feet two inches tall, has credited the practicing of good eating habits learned from his late mother Miss Ivy, as well as doing push-ups, for his sleek form and youthful appearance.
His tendency to spend copious amounts of time with his own children, as well as chilling with, and mentoring other youngsters through his foundation, may also be having some impact on the Killer maintaining his youthful looks.
Less than two weeks ago, he was in the company of several at-risk boys in Kingston, providing motivational talks as a part of #OurSons – an interactive session for boys and young men under the Bounty Killer Foundation.
The doting dad was also recently captured in a photo, sitting in the stands at one of his younger daughter’s school’s sports day where he took time out to give her his undivided support.
The self-proclaimed Poor People Governor shot to prominence in 1992 and became a household name following the legendary clash with arch-rival Dancehall artiste Beenie Man a year later at the Sting 1993 show, at Jamworld in St. Catherine.
This year at Reggae Sumfest, Bounty will square off with Beenie Man, in a much-anticipated friendly musical rivalry stint on Friday night, July 19, at the Catherine Hall venue in a segment dubbed ‘One night, one stage, two legends,’ a performance the artiste has predicted will be explosive.
His almost three-decade musical span has seen the release of iconic tracks such as the sound-system clash classic, Dub Fi Dub, Copper Shot and Spy Fi Die in his early Dancehall days, appearances on Multi-platinum discs, recording with some of the biggest names in world music, a joint Grammy and a plethora of other accolades.
H.E.R. and YBN Cardae Are All About “Racks” Of Cash This Summer
H.E.R. and YBN Cordae are all about their “Racks” of cash this summer.
The pair performed the single “Lord Is Coming” on Sunday night at the 2019 BET Awards in Los Angeles. The R&B singer showcases her vocals over a midtempo beat while singing about the dangerous nature of material things. YBN Cordae, on the other hand, raps about his hunger to find love. The rapper recently dropped off his new single “Bad Idea” which is doing very well.
“Honey, help me get by, it don’t matter if I / Caught myself expensive things, buy myself a diamond ring / Married to the mula, still ain’t got no lover / Lookin’ all I see is green, wonder can you buy me these?” H.E.R. sings.
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