Gully Bop, born Robert Lee Malcolm, is a dancehall deejay who recorded mainly because Nation Man in the 1980s. He increased from homelessness to popularity in 2014, after some some apparently off-the-cuff performances had been documented and uploaded to social networking platforms. Shrewd suppliers snatched the a cappella materials and used it to support tracks. By the finish of the entire year, the Kingston indigenous had a small number of standard Gully Bop produces to his credit, and extended his group of fans having a confrontational arranged at his island’s Sting Event. In 2016, as his ascent continuing — with famous brands “Pussy Expert” and “My God Dem Nuh Poor Like Me” among his most well-known slashes — Malcolm was imprisoned on fees of domestic mistreatment and robbery submitted by supervisor and collaborator A’mari. The fees were eventually slipped as Malcolm continuing his profession with singles like “Magic formula Fan” and “Jamaica Great,” and a slew of collaborations.