Bounty Killer VS Beenie Man’s: Memorial Day Weekend doesn’t feel the same with COVID-19 keeping us in self-quarantine, however, fortunately, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland’s Verzuz Instagram Live battle series is here to still cause us to feel like we’re at a summer party.
Following a classic battle among Nelly and Ludacris last weekend, tonight Bounty Killer and Beenie Man become the dominant focal point.
The two Jamaican dancehall artists give an alternate sound that has yet to be showcased in the Verzuz series thus far. The two of them have had longstanding careers in the dancehall scene dating back to the late 90s and mid-2000s. Dancehall and hip-hop have historically intersected all through both of their respective histories, and both Beenie Man and Bounty Killer have the discographies prove it.
Both of their catalogs are also exceptionally diverse, with Bounty Killer collaborating with the likes of The Fugees, Mobb Deep, and other classic hip-hop groups during his profession.
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Just as the battle started picking up traction, it was stopped immediately as it gave the idea that the police were called. While it’s obscure what provoked them to show up, Beenie Man was ready to handle the situation and prop the battle up.
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“The police are here, however, we’re not stopping,” Beenie said during the stream.