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BOUNTY KILLER AND BABY CHAM FUED NO MORE

Posted: October 22, 2010
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Baby Cham is expressing delight after experiencing what he calls Bounty Killa’s maturity, growth and sincerity.

Cham is reacting, after Bounty Killa reached out to him to rekindle their broken friendship after 11 years of malice.

Cham explains to Music News that real friends are better than pocket money, hinting that fans, well wishers and lovers of the music will get a full understanding of their renewed friendship in an upcoming collab.

Baby Cham says fans in Jamaica will see more of him as they will be heavily promoting his new single dubbed Stronger featuring Michael Rose and Bounty Killa. Stronger was produced by renowned producer Dave Kelly and has been getting heavy rotation since its release last Friday.

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