Bounty Killer recalls getting shot at age 16 plus pirating Buju, Shabba, Baby Wayne and others in Yendy Phillips Interview – Video

Veteran dancehall artiste Bounty Killer sat down recently with Jamaican beauty Yendi Phillipps to tell her about how he started out in the dancehall Business, from the days when he usually sings over other top dancehall artistes.

Bounty Explains that the song that got him the initial buzz in dancehall started in New York “Coppa shot” did not get release at first in Jamaica because of the strong gun lyrics. According to Bounty Killer Jammy’s did not want that type of music but after he saw the fact that it was moving overseas he then decided to release the song in Jamaica.


Bounty also recalls getting shot at age 16 after he followed the bad company and wanted to become a gangster, he outlines that the shot was not intended for him but he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Watch the full interview below.

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