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Beenie Man made comments later that year in German-based Riddim Magazine, comparing Bounty Killer to Yellowman in appearance: "Bounty Killer is a great artiste and he's ugly, too.
He's got a rough thing about him, Jamaicans like that from the Shabba Rankin' days and the King Stitt days and the Yellowman days.
In August 2015 Beenie Man recorded a collaboration track called "Sister Caro" with United States-based Nigerian Artiste "Henricci" that Pundits are saying is one of his best pieces of material in a long time.
His absence from the 2016 OVO Fest was attributed to a combined attack of Zika virus and dengue fever.
In 1998, Beenie Man headlined Reggae Sunsplash and signed to Virgin Records to release albums in the United States. During the late 1990s, Beenie Man began his conquest of America with the hits, "Romie", "Who Am I", and "Girls Dem Sugar", which featured American R&B singer, Mýa.
During this time he received an impressive number of international music awards including a MOBO Award for Best International Reggae Act in 1998, while remaining at the top of the local charts.
In September 2008 Beenie Man was cleared of charges of tax evasion.
In October 2010 Beenie Man came out with the EP I'm Drinking Rum and Red Bull, which included four songs, "Im drinking Rum and Red Bull", "I'm Okay", and two versions of "Stack and Pile".Beenie Man continued performing and honed his craft beside the then dominant dancehall figures including Ninjaman, Admiral Bailey and Shabba Ranks.He found his artistic home at the Shocking Vibes studio where he continued to record singles with only moderate success in the early 1990s.In March 2010, they released a duet single entitled "You Are My First", although at the time they were separated. I respect each and every human being, regardless of which race or creed, regardless of which religious belief you believe in, and regardless of which sexual preference you are, including gays and lesbian people. Please I am begging you do not have me up for some songs I wrote a long time ago.I love each and every one and am just begging each and everyone to do the same." In 2006, veteran deejay Yellowman publicly chastised Beenie Man for his hit "King of the Dancehall".