The song was produced on the Good Book Riddim, by H2O Records.
As most of you may have already know, Mavado and Bounty Killer fell out in 2012 after an incident at the dancehall legend’s birthday bash at a night club in Kingston that left Mavado’s close friend dead.
Since then Mavado released several subliminal tracks, said to be targeting Bounty Killer. However, this is the first time the Warlord is responding directly to the Gully Gad.
The photo above shows Bounty Killerchilling with dancehall dancer Jac Queline of ENOUGH.
Listen to Kill and Destroy by Bounty Killer.