Bounty Shows Off Album Catalogue

The “Grung Gad”, Bounty Killer recently posted on his Instagram with a message to his fans as well as other entertainers, letting them know the level of work he is used to in the business of music.

In the post, the 5-star general posted a photo with a number of his past albums ranging from “Down in the Ghetto” 1994, “My Xperience” 1996, “Ghetto Dictionary” 2002, and “Nah no Mercy” 2006.

In the caption of the post, he wrote “Never had a flop album, all classics” then went on to say “Clowns take notes catalogue”.

Recently, a controversy surfaced online that saw Bounty responding to a fan who was defending Alkaline, calling his new album “Flop Prize”, and even saying that Vybz Kartel’s new song “Chip Glock” is better than every song on the project.

The veteran artiste is now gearing up to drop his next project, entitled “King of Kingston”, which is set to have 15 tracks, and it is also being said that the body of work will be executively produced by Damian “Junior Gong” Marley.

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