Bounty Killer in top form at Reggae Sumfest; calls up Masicka

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bounty-killer-photo-11.jpgRodney Price aka Bounty Killer was in top formed and spewed hard-hitting conscious lyrics which were very well received by the record-breaking crowd att his year's Reggae Sumfest held in Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Clearly in a no-nonsense mood, the artiste who is known for his cross, angry, miserable personal was in lecture mode and he gave it to them, as he laced his lyrics with thought-provoking social messages.

The Poor People's Governor criticised the government's feeble attempts at crime fighting and urged the powers that be to address the plight of the poor.

"They are helping the police to fight crime, but they not helping (poor) people," he said before launching into his hit single Fed Up, to the delight of fans.

He also condemned the spate of murders affecting the island, calling on the gunmen to stop the violence, while also chiding men who harm women in domestic disputes.

"No man nuh fi ah kill over woman," he said as he sang Worthless Bwoy to cheers.

Bounty called on stage controversail deejay Masicka, whose management had said that owing to unresolved issues with time, the deejay, who was booked for Sumfest would not be performing. However, to the shock and delight of fans, Masicka dis a brief set within Killer's slot, and they even took jabs at Masicka's rival, Aidonia.