Beenie Man's latest release named "Stock and Pile" is not to be confused as a diss towards Mavado but as a reminder that he is not the only entertainer in the industry with Arab money, and for a matter of fact, his pockets are heavier.
“Stock and Pile is a reminder that there are other artistes who have money, the new yute dem who ah talk about money, that good, but wah happen to we, who ah mek money from the 90s? If fi dem money nuff, mine stockpile up. Mi no stop mek money, mi have old money, plus the new money that ah come in, this song is a reminder that my blessings are still there. Blessed,” says Beenie.
Listen to Mavado's "Money Nuff"
And now, listen to Beenie Man's "Stock and Pile"
Beenie also clarifies that his song "Gaza Mi Seh" was not meant to irritate Bounty Killa and that he isn't paying him any mind.
“Bounty ah waste of time, him no have no legacy, him no have no career, him no have a number one since 1999-2000. What kinda legacy him have fi ah live offa the glory of the man dem who him claim say him buss? It nuh work so,” Beenie Man said.
But instead, 'Gaza Mi Seh' was directed to Elephant man.
“Elephant Man vex wid me because Kartel ah mi deejay, more time, Ele ah play hypocrite and him see me and a laugh, but him vex from mi go do Breast Specialist wid Kartel, so yu know say ah long time Kartel ah mi deejay. The Dads say a Gaza mi say, and ah so it go, no argument no inna it, the King of the Dancehall endorse it, so mi ah the Emperor fi the Gaza, ah so the ting govern,” Beenie Man said.
To hear "Gaza Mi Seh" click here.