Alkaline gives his views on his song firing shots at bounty killa, does he have a point or is he just making excuses. Listen below, leave your comments.
It seems Alkaline has no limits to who he fires shots at. Fans of dancehall music have heard subliminal messages being sent to the imprisioned World Boss Vybz Kartel. This time in a preview release of a song titled "Anywhere We Go" Alkaline is going even harder and sings about having sex with women that men have no idea about and then further goes on to labeling Bounty Killa and Foota Hype in some disrespecting choice of word. Listen to the preview below and comment with your views.
Accoring to the Jamaica Star, Dancehall selector Foota Hype is dismissing claims that there is an ongoing feud between himself and JA Productions boss, Justus Arison, after the selector banned Arison from attending his weekly event recently.
The alleged bad blood between the two started over a week ago, after Foota Hype allegedly shut off the sound at his weekly session 'Gallis Wednesdays' while Mavado's title track High Life, on Arison's rhythm of the same name was being played.
Arison said: "The man walk in and turn off the sound inna the middle of the song. I thought he was going to say something over the mic, but him just stop the riddim from play, and kill the vibes in his own party."
But Foota Hype refuted the allegations. He told THE STAR that the music was turned off to begin his set.
"I didn't know what was playing, and him just come and say 'play back di song, play back di song!' I didn't know what he was talking about ... but it was my time to play and they cut off the song and I introduced myself. It was just the timing, I go on at the same time every Wednesday," he said.
The following day after the event, Foota Hype took to social networking site Instagram and declared: "Effective immediately from the promoters of #galliswednesdays, Justus of JA Productions is officially banned from entering the premises of Limelight Nightclub hwt on a Wednesday night no matter which star, superstar or regular person he is rolling with. This is based on his disrespectful and disorderly conduct last night."