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Alkaline Drops Gritty Tommy Lee Sparta Diss Track “Buss Head”

Alkaline come through with a gritty Tommy Lee Sparta diss track titled “Buss Head.”

Someone inside the Vendetta camp sent us the new record this morning (Aug. 23) and now Alkaline has uploaded it to his Vevo channel. Already the track is racking up the views and is one of the most talked about tracks in dancehall currently. The single was produced by Alkaline’s go to producer DJ Frass and features the Detta deejay getting explicit of where he wants to take this war/beef between himself and Tommy Lee Sparta.

“Tell unnu fi low the badness and pre gal / We humans but we a no equals / War can’t buyout it can’t resolve / Don’t need police it no hard fi we resolve / Vendetta don’t style them but we deadly / Pu**y them a chat like Beverly / Anything a Anything tell them we ready,” Alkaline rhymes over a base heavy dancehall beat.

This marks the second diss record Alkaline released this year aimed at Tommy Lee Sparta, while the Mobay deejay has already released a handful of tracks dissing his rival. Back in March, the Vendetta leader stirred up some controversy with a track called “Red Eyes” where he used a photo of Tommy Lee’s eye in the artwork. The Spartan deejay recently joked about it in an interview where he said that Alka used his “good good eye” and put in his artwork.

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Tommy Lee Says Alkaline “Use My Good Good Eye On His Art”

Tommy Lee Sparta is reacting to Alkaline using his eye on the cover art of the single “Red Eyes.”

Back in March, Alkaline released his first ever Tommy Lee diss track titled “Red Eyes.” On the cover art of the single, the Vendetta deejay cleverly used a photo of the Spartan deejay’s eye. The whole thing was hilarious and now Tommy Lee’s response is even more hilarious. “True him take my good good eye and put in a him thing I just shoot up back him mask,” Tommy Lee said in a recent interview.

The Mobay deejay released a new single last week title “Target” and on the cover art he used a Vendetta mask covered in bullets and blood. Seems like this beef is turning into a war on who can come up with the best cover art, but so far Tommy Lee has already released more than half a dozen diss records. Alkaline has only released one track and has side step the beef for the most part except for a small jab during his performance at Reggae Sumfest last month.

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Tommy Lee Sparta Drop Two New Alkaline Diss Tracks “Target” & “19 Duppy”

Alkaline diss Tommy Lee Sparta during his performance on Reggae Sumfest last weekend and now the Mobay deejay responded with two new diss tracks “Target” and “19 Duppy.”

It’s been months now since Tommy Lee been dropping diss records and Alkaline has so far only responded once with a track called “Red Eyes” where he used Tommy Lee Sparta’s photo on the artwork. In a leaked voice note, the “Uncle Demon” deejay spoke about the artwork ahead of his performance at Sumfest.

On the artwork for the single “Target,” Tommy Lee used the famous Vendetta mask but in this case, it looks like something out of a horror movie, riddled with bullets and splattered with blood. The single was produced by Damage Music, while the second track “19 Duppy” was produced by Bombshop Records.

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Alkaline Diss Tommy Lee Sparta Returns To Sumfest With A Bang

Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta returns to Reggae Sumfest with a big bang. The two dancehall rivals put on a show for their fans in Montego Bay on Friday night.

The new owners of Reggae Sumfest, Downsound Entertainment, pulled off another hugely successful staging of one of the most popular reggae music festivals in the world after taking it over last year. Both Dancehall Night and International Reggae Night saw a massive turnout of fans and local artists were in fine form.

Alkaline made a grand entrance on stage approximately 6 AM Saturday and perhaps the high point of his performance was when he dissed Tommy Lee Sparta in his backyard at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex. “Hey bwoy Nyammy Lee,” Alkaline said on stage as the crowd went wild. The Vendetta boss kicked off his performance with “Formula” a song that French Montana remake for his new album Jungle Rules. Alkaline even performed his Tommy Lee diss record “Red Eyes.”

A few weeks before Sumfest, Tommy Lee Sparta made a statement warning Alkaline not to try anything in his home town Montego Bay. He even made reference to the “Champion Boy” deejay using his eyes on the cover art of his diss single “Red Eyes.” But Alka ignored the threats and did exactly what Tommy Lee Sparta told him not to.