Available for May to August 2019
festival and club dates
Gully Bop is a dancehall Deejay/Singer. He was born
on 30 May 1964 christened Robert Lee Malcolm, in Jamaica. He
recorded as Countryman in the early eighties.
Gully Bop re-surfaced in 2014, following a video of him performing
went viral; a shrewd producer saw this and applied his lyrics to
a soundtrack and this video also went viral.
By the end of the year, Gully Bop had recorded “Pussy Specialist”,
“My Gawd, dem nuh bad like me”, performed at the island’s Sting
Festival and continued to have massive success, recording
collaborations with many artists, continuing to perform at Reggae
Sumfest, Bob Marley’s 70th birthday celebration in Trenchtown, and
his infamous “killing” of Merciless, together with Ninjaman! Then the
tours started, and he performed at many places, the Islands (such as
Grenada, Guyana, St Kitts, Barbados) England, Canada, Europe,
America and other countries.
Gully Bop is a “freestyle” artist, put him in a situation and he can
deejay about it at the drop of a hat
other deejays”. Gully Bop is also a
can testify to this. In most of his recordings, there is a tale to be told.
For example, here are some of the stories behind the songs,
in Gully Bop’s own words:
“Every Gyal Want a Wuk Offa Me” – I knew that ordinarily the
women would not give me a second glance, but with fame came lots
of girls. At a price.
“Streetwise” – This is a tune which resonates
I like to sing my more conscious tunes them, and in “Nuh Know Me
stay in mine. I was hot, they all wanted Gully Bop, the world
“My Life” is again
my own life, my sweet sweet life; nobody can take that away from
me. You may want to be my
You cannot be human, you must be
of anyone if you’ve not put anything in.
“Believe it or not” is my latest song, and it is true to form.
It is how I like to be – a bit tongue in cheek!
I’m sorry for those
Gully Bop appeals to women, men and children; the kids know most
of his songs, he has the appeal of a big man for the men, and for the
ladies….they just love him. From the Gully to the Money! Gully Bop
Gully Bop Bop Bop