Volume 96, Issue 4

Thursday, June 13, 2002
 
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

12 Questions
Still full of Soul

SOIA brings home the veggie bacon after all these years

Nipples nices, boobs better

Bad "Bitch"

Suzanne North: Canada's Nancy Drew

Vegas: a winning bet

Killer solves the Mystery

MacIssac fiddles with his fate

Killer solves the Mystery

Bounty Killer
The Mystery
VP Records

Get ready to shake your ass and open your ears.

Reggae's relentless dancehall king, Bounty Killer, has many names. Known as both "The Poor People's Governor" and "The Warlord," this man is one of the most influential, politically motivated forces in dancehall today.

The Mystery features 20 blazing tracks ranging from heavy beat dancehall in tracks like the "Mystery" and "Restaurant" to slower reggae flows like "Gunz in the Ghetto," featuring Morgan Heritage and the incredible, in-your-face "Petty Thief."

Other amazing tracks include the straightforward "High Grade Forever," set to one of the most popular and recognizable beats currently lighting up the dancehall and the intense "Fed Up" remix.

–Dale Wyatt


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