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Jahshii Praises Bounty Killer And Slams Shabba Ranks, Unsupportive Dancehall Superstars
Cream of the Crop artist Jahshii, while paying homage to Bounty Killer for using his influence to give opportunities to musically-inclined inner-city youths, brushed aside the likes of Shabba Ranks, as being among a slew of superstar émigrés who have not supported their younger compatriots back in Jamaica.
Speaking with Television Jamaica’s Anthony Miller on The Entertainment Report, The First Nation artist, whom Miller pointed out was inebriated, had argued that his contemporaries who recently got their big musical breaks, were holding their own and were destined for greatness.
This point came in response to Miller’s question as to whether “this current generation (can) do it like the old guys did?”
In response, the Grants Pen native declared: “Skeng, 450 and Silk Boss and me and Yaksta, Dane Ray, Nation Boss. Bredda, dem man deh a powerful yute. Yuh nuh haffi question dat. Da question deh nuh haffi ask…dem man deh a guh teck music to a way different level. Dem just need exposure bredda,” Jahshii had said.
Becoming even more impassioned, he heaped criticisms on the overseas Dancehall superstars, including the Grammy Kid and Order of Distinction holder Shabba Ranks, whom he said had shirked their duty to their country to extend a hand to the new generation of artists.
“Suh yuh si Shabba Ranks dem bredda, an di whole a dem name deh weh yuh fi call, fi di dem man deh collaboration fi guh expose dem to di world inna music form… dem man deh fraid fi gi di exposure!” he said raising his voice.
He then hailed the Warlord for his constant benevolence towards young musicians, and his willingness to give full support and collaborate on tracks with unknown, upcoming artistes, and declared that the unsupportive artistes should not be spoken about.
“Bounty Killa, woulda gi mi a collaboration now. Dem man deh have di street bredda. Di res a dem weh yuh a talk bout weh live a farrin, yuh nuh need fi talk bout dem bredda. Talk bout we now!” Jashii ordered the seemingly amused Miller.
Bounty Killer caught wind of Jashii’s interview and reposted an excerpt of the deejay speaking of him, in a clip titled “tell dem DJ, a Bounty Killer alone rate youth”.
“Bwoy @jashiimusic deal wid ER gashi,” Bounty rhymed.
“Unuh go check out the full interview wid Anthony Miller
Real & Raw The Truth might Hurts But it Works
👈🏿,” the Coppershot artist added.
Bounty was supported by Shaggy who, in response staged: “Real talk” and Vybz KArtel who added: “dats GADZILLA”.
He also had several exchanges with his fans, about Jashii’s interview, explaining to one fan, gazaworm, that people were most honest when drunk.
“Bredda all wen dem say d man drunk a d realest tlk eva mek
gazaworm had said, to which Bounty responded: “gazaworm, It nuh get nuh realer than when a person is drunk tho
He also urged sim_polos to exercise patience with Jashii, after the followers said that the Keep Up artist was not adept at doing interviews.
“Mi general mi see sehh him rate yuh as the street gad but yuh need fi teach him how to do interviews or less him nahh go fare,” the follower had stated, to which Bounty Killer replied: “@sim_polos, He’s growing. Give him his own time to develop. One thing though his story just real and true that’s the beauty about it for me