De GodFather Daddy U. Roy, then, De GENERAL, Brigadier Jerry ...
60's: Lone Ranger & Prince Buster
70's: U roy, Dr Alimentado & Brigadire Jerry
80's: Papa San, Eek a mouse & Yellowman
90's: Bounty Killa Spragga Benz & Supercat
now: Assasin & Bounty Killa
Yo Waxx, you kinda got some of those dates mix up with these MC's in the hey day.
Supercat was on top in the 80's, not the 90's.
Lone Ranger was mid 70's to early 80's, same time as my favorite the Brigadier-The General.
Vybez kartel has the potential to be on top of this list in the next few years if he focus..
Lot a people seem to forget about Lt Stitchie- one of the best, most intelegent..
General Trees was one of the best live (on stage or in the dance)
Ninja Man - best Free style
Yes BoomShak, nobody can touch NinjaMan freestyle. Dude is raw. Y'all remember the Addies tape Ninjaman 26th b-day? He got wicked on Louie Ranking with the freestyle!
Yeah, but by then he kinda fell off a little to us Jamaicans. He'd already left Jamiaica and hadn't put out any big tune other than "Ghetto Red Hot" and few others.
By the time he got signed, his lyrics start to sound dated to the 80's. dem time de Buju and Terror and them were running things.
Just like most Dancehall artist in the past, bu the time they get signed to a major, they are on the way down for us...
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