Yeah I described it as "siiiiiiiiiick". I don't need to express myself in a formal way, ah my blog dis, weh dem feel like? Oh!
Anyway, even if you aren't a fan of dancehall music, I think you should check it as a music lover and appreciate a living legend full stop. The reggae industry such as King Jammy (man who created Killer's first hits), international artist Shaggy, world-renowned DJ Tony Matterhorn, and leaders of the new school Aidonia, Agent Sasco (formerly Assassin), Wayne Marshall and more pay tribute to Bounty Killer prior to his recent honarary by Reggae SumFest for his outstanding contribution to reggae music. To me personally, it's what he has contributed to music full stop.
I was lucky enough to bear witness to Bounty Killer and Beenie Man sharing the same stage on Sunday night. I'll try upload footage soon. I realised late last night, I can say I've seen Nas & Jay-Z share a stage, now Bounty Killer and Beenie Man. Both scenarios are two legends, once at war, made peace and shared a stage. All I need now is to see Vybz Kartel & Mavado, but I WILL be there when Dizzee Rascal and Wiley go back-to-back. Know this!