No stranger to controversy Selector turned deejay Tony Matterhorn has released another song chastising several of Dancehall's top performers.
The song is called Duppy Attack and calls out the likes of Popcaan, Tommy Lee, Khago, Bounty Killer, Mr Vegas, Baby Cham and I-Octane.
"This is an extension of the previous duppy songs. When duppy attack a bare things gwaan and it is always a serious situation, once I see dancehall look shabby it's my job fi clear dat up," stated Tony Matterhorn who also said that people have been complaining that dancehall is lacking in its main ingredients and he is about to stir it up.
"As a public figure, people ask me questions about dancehall and I notice that things are not going well so I decided to stir it up because I know how to do that," he continued.
"I don't go after false message I go after facts and even if it is alleged it is still alleged facts, so I don't talk about things that are not true. A spade is a spade and I call a spade a spade. So who a try colour code things I will show it up," he said.
The artiste says he does not care if artistes want to take the song personal because he represents what society is saying.
"So even Popcaan wey sell out Vybz Kartel, nuh the people dem say it? I am representing what the people are saying. If they want to take it personal, I don't care."
To me, it's fun and from dem a water dung the business, mi a guh speak up, mi buss before dem so I can straighten any artiste. Anybody want to take it personal they know where to find me at any convenient store," he said.
The song criticises Khago's Threesome song, Konshens' Stop Light single, Tommy Lee's Uncle Demon moniker and even I-Octane and DJ Amber's baby drama.
"Octane a who yu miss like crazy? Could it be Amber? She just have baby. Or is it the gyal from over Jersey? Di one wey tell Bigs sey yu groin lazy," he sang in one section of the song.
Tony Matterhorn said he was not trying to get a hype ahead of December's staging of Sting. "Mi nah look no hype fi Sting, but at the same time if I was, it wouldn't be an issue to me because Sting has done a lot for Jamaica, a Sting represent Jamaican dancehall for years and some artistes nuh fi forget that," a stern Matterhorn said.
Aidonia's manager and brother Lav Lawrence says his camp will not comment on the song, while Konshens, Khago and I-Octane were unavailable for comment.