Veteran deejay Rodney Price better known as Bounty Killer continues his relentless lyrical war with fellow veteran dancehall artiste Vegas. With the release of his latest diss track entitled ‘Spin Barrel’.
In the intro of the hard-hitting track, Bounty used a sample to get fans going from pastor Gino Jennings who had a viral altercation with vegas a few years ago, where the pastor uses the now commonly used phrase, “usher him out.”
Throughout the diss track, Bounty shows why he is known as the ‘killer’ by using some graphical lyrics as he describes the violent lifestyle he lives, gruesome scenes, and the use of gun imagery throughout the three minutes and 33 seconds song.
According to Bounty killer, who stated in the first verse of the song that as racked up over 11k views in just five hours, “Boy get six out a di spin barrel, our war yow dwag a coffin ano quarrel, dem a send treat, we send shot go a foreign, a wah do pu**y forid.”
The veteran entertainer went even deeper in the second verse by answering the critics who made it seem as though his career was over and suggesting that he should take a break from the dancehall scene.
As Bounty explained in his lyrics, “Did a enjoy Mi life, who seh me did lose e, three decades now and nobody caa move mi.”
Fans of Vegas will be eagerly awaiting the arrival of his response to this well-written diss song aimed towards the Run-Up deejay. Recently, fellow veteran entertainer Beenie Man gave his opinion on the ongoing clash, The Girl’s Dem Sugar deejay stated that the lyrical feud between Vegas and Bounty is a waste of time and pointless.
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