It was not a holy day for the ex-Christian Mr Vegas, as he delivered some hard-hitting lyrics mixed with a variety of melodies in his latest reply to Bounty Killer’s Spin Barrel, however, Bounty was not the only one who was in Mr Vegas’ firing scope.
Even reggae musician Jesse Royal came under fire from the veteran deejay.
Mr Vegas directly addresses Jesse Royal, who he refers to as ‘Polly Royal’ for seemingly taking sides with Bounty in the lyrical feud, by stating in the fiery track, “Polly Royal the Fake rastaman, chop off him head a bay pork unda him turban, dem get gunshot like Naro and the big pu**y gal, a this you fi review and go suck you mada.”
Not even the popular YouTubers Naro and Ari, who co-host the Fix podcast, could escape the veteran deejay’s lyrical wrath. Other members of the dancehall community who got drawn into Mr Vegas’ line of fire were Stylo G, Charly Black, I Octane and two other unidentified persons whose images appeared on the cover art.
Mr Vegas did, however, continue his usual relentless assault on Bounty Killer throughout the song. The Blessed deejay went old school in terms of his instrumental selection, delivering his well-written lyrics over the Stephen Magregor-produced beat ‘Power Cut’, which had fans complimenting him for that ‘smart move’.
But fans even went wilder according to the comment section of the audio that had been shared to Youtube, which had garnered over 19k views within 11 hours of being uploaded, when the veteran deejay said, “stop watch mi degree, try go get one, yuh whole catalogue a bay battyman song, not even god can tell me seh yuh nuh f**k man, you diss badman an get box dung a Don One”
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