Stream Bounty Killer and Beenie Man’s ‘Verzuz’ Battle

Memorial Day Weekend would not really feel the identical with COVID-19 preserving us in self-quarantine, however fortunately Swizz Beatz and Timbaland’s Verzuz Instagram Live battle sequence is right here to nonetheless make us really feel like we’re at a summer season social gathering.

Following a traditional battle between Nelly and Ludacris final weekend, tonight Bounty Killer and Beenie Man take heart stage.

The two Jamaican dancehall artists present a special sound that has but to be showcased within the Verzuz sequence to this point. They each have had longstanding careers within the dancehall scene relationship again to the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Dancehall and hip-hop have traditionally intersected all through each of their respective histories, and each Beenie Man and Bounty Killer have the discographies show it.

Both of their catalogues are additionally very various, with Bounty Killer collaborating with the likes of The Fugees, Mobb Deep, and different traditional hip-hop teams throughout his profession.

Just because the battle started choosing up traction, it was stopped momentarily because it appeared that the police have been referred to as. While it is unknown what prompted them to point out up, Beenie Man was in a position to deal with the scenario and preserve the battle going.

“The police are here, but we’re not stopping,” Beenie stated throughout the stream. “Because before COVID-19 it was murderers killing people, it was people killing people. Then COVID-19 started killing people. So we do this.”

You can stream the Verzuz battle between Bounty Killer and Beenie Man on the Verzuz official Instagram web page now. 


Written by Pooja Chaudhary

She is a Freelancer and loves blogging. She has completed her graduation in B.Sc and have been in the field of Blogging for more than 1 year.

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