Five Questions With … Bounty Killer

File Bounty Killer Kenyon Hemans Bounty Killer Contributed Bounty Killer 1 2 3 When he broke on to the music scene in the ‘90s, dancehall artiste Bounty Killer established himself as one of the most hardcore deejays in the business. Rising from the trenches of Kingston’s tough inner city, Killer’s mandate from the onset of his career was to change his life and use his own transformation to influence the lives of others. He has fulfilled that purpose. The entertainer is credited with catapulting other artistes into the musical spotlight, chief among them, Vybz Kartel, Mavado, Busy Signal and Wayne Marshall. He’s had an illustrious career spanning several decades, and even amid the ever-changing musical tide, he remains one of Jamaica’s most sought-after performers. In this week’s Five Questions With …, the entertainer sheds some light on his legacy and how he’d like to be remembered. What are three words you would use to describe yourself?Caring, persistent and bold.What do you want people to remember most about Bounty Killer?I want people to remember me as a hard-working humanitarian.What’s your favourite chill spot in Jamaica?My home. I’m Rodney Pryce at home with my wife and my kids. Bounty Killer is like an armour, it comes off once I’m home.What’s your biggest wish for Jamaica for 2020?My biggest wish is to see everyone come together as one and live in unity. The crime and violence need to stop.What changes would you love to see in the music industry?I want to see changes in the level of respect and unity. We need to respect each other, and with unity we can only become stronger.