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Monday, Oct 30 2006 | 11:19

VP Records seals exclusive album agreements with The Alliance and Bounty Killer. The indestructible force of The Alliance consists of Bounty and honorary members (Elephant Man, Wayne Marshall, Vybz Kartel) as well as new protégés (Movado, Busy Signal, Aidonia, and Bling Dawg). In early 2007, The Alliance will release some of the baddest tunes on their debut album. Then in the summer of 2007, Bounty Killer will return with his solo album featuring all new material to make another mark in dancehall history. “It has been over three years since Bounty Killer’s last solo album, so this much anticipated venture is long overdue. Bounty is one of Jamaica’s greatest icons and has been in the business for over 10 years producing, dee-jaying and developing new talent. He will continue to build on these legacies during the development of his new solo album as well as The Alliance’s release,” states Bounty’s manager Julian Jones-Griffiths. Since the early 90s, VP has been involved with Bounty Killer’s previous projects, including his last Ghetto Dictionary albums (the Grammy nominated “Art of War” and the successful “The Mystery”). CEO of VP Records, Chris Chin, elaborates, “Throughout the years we have developed a clear understanding of Bounty’s genius and talent in order to steer it in the right direction. Both Bounty and The Alliance have unique elements that appeal to both dancehall and hip-hop fans, so we plan to expand on this success and transcend even more borders.”

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