In 1990, Ninjaman (Desmond Ballantine) was making his claim as the hottest artist in the Jamaican dancehall, with no fewer than seven LPs on the market for the year. Producer Fatis Burrell’s entry was Out Pon Bail, one of the first releases on VP’s Gold Disc label imprint. The same year, VP would distribute the emcee’s breakout single “Murder Them” on Steely & Clevie’s label. The popular track would stand the test of time as his most enduring and find its way onto many compilations, including Strictly The Best, Volume 2 and the VP Godfather compilation, among others. Ninja’s long relationship with VP has resulted in 11 albums.