As more entertainers, notably Bugle and Kabaka Pyramid, publicly express their discontent with the pervasive “dunce culture” in Jamaican society, more of their colleagues are embracing the cause to combat the prevailing narratives, especially among the youths.
Known for his outspoken stance against certain societal and moral inequities, the Warlord Bounty Killer entered the conversation on Thursday afternoon with a post from his @1unogeneral Instagram account.
Featuring the official cover art for Bugle’s latest release, “Fully Bright“, an ode to education, Bounty’s caption read,
“ALL WHO WAAH FOLLOW FOOL TUN IDIOT NUH GALANG GWAAN MON Brilliance and Excellency we say fi we Pinckney and Nation Class in Session pay attention”
Applauding the Rastafarian crooner’s creativity, he continued,
“Bugle, one of Jamaica’s most prolific singers and songwriters, has released a new song that is sure to spark conversations surrounding the popular “dunce culture” permeating society.
Entitled “Fully Bright” produced by @malibu_meanteam_ent“
Reminiscent to Bounty’s 1997 hit “Book Book Book,” taken from his “Ghetto Gramma” album released by Greensleeves Records, the track aims to inspire and encourage those lacking basic knowledge and comprehension skills to acquire some for their personal growth and development regardless of social standings.
“Fully Bright” was officially released on Thursday via Youtube and other digital and streaming media platforms. However, the music video shot by Dameon Gayle is slated for premiere in the days ahead.