Bounty Killer, aka Rodney Basil Price, was born in 1972 in the Trenchtown area of downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Known as the Warlord, the Ghetto Gladiator, the Poor Peoples’ Governor, and the Five Star General, Bounty Killer is one of dancehall reggae’s most enduring artists and influences throughout the industry, known for his intricate, war-like lyrics, sound system dubplates, and stable of artists which has changed over the years but never lessened in popularity.
Lukie D (born Michael Kennedy, 1972, Cockburn Pen, Jamaica) is a dancehall deejay. He is known for his singing rather than toasting style, which fits with the prominent theme of love in his songs. Kennedy began his career performing on various local sound systems, building a reputation as a dancehall singer. His influences included Frankie Paul, Tenor Saw and ragga DJ Supercat.
Bounty Killer & Lukie D