Bounty Killer

The Star (Jamaica) - - FEATURE - SI­MONE MOR­GAN-LINDO STAR Writer

High fash­ion, wicked sound clashes and an over­all cel­e­bra­tion of reg­gae mu­sic and its cul­ture were the high­lights of the Ocho Rios to Fal­mouth leg of the an­nual sea­far­ing ex­cur­sion Wel­come to Jam­rock. There was ab­so­lutely no time for snooz­ing on Mon­day night as the thou­sands of pas­sen­gers aboard the In­de­pen­dence of the Seas ves­sel gath­ered out­side the 11th deck to en­joy ig­nit­ing per­for­mances from the Mar­ley broth­ers, Jah Cure and Bounty Killer. Bounty proved to be quite a charmer for his fe­male fans as he ded­i­cated most of his set to them and had them gy­rat­ing to songs like Wut­liss Bwoy, Stucky and Liv­ing Dan­ger­ously. “Mi had to put on mi short shorts tonight cuz a Killer a work,” said so­cial me­dia blooger/au­thor Tina Chin, as she made her way to­wards the stage. Sim­i­lar sen­ti­ments were echoed by other fe­males in the au­di­ence, one of whom was heard telling her friend that she needed the “War­lord to get cross and an­gry on her body”. The live per­for­mances were not the only at­trac­tion on the Wel­come to Jam­rock cruise as guests could also par­take in other ac­tiv­i­ties, such as a foot­ball tour­na­ment, sound clash, domino tour­na­ment and Kamp Kamila with fit­ness ex­pert Kamila Mc­Don­ald. The Jam­rock voy­age con­tin­ued yes­ter­day in Fal­mouth af­ter which it will cruise into Fort Laud­erdale on Thurs­day.


Lakeysha Brown (left) and Max­ine Tom­lin­son en­joy­ing the show.

Bounty Killer en­ter­tains the au­di­ence.

From left: Saman­tha Thomas, Carla Austin, and Ki­mona Fur­tado daz­zle in all black.

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