Dancehall legend Beenie Man and Christopher Martin’s collaborative single “Me and You” is now available for streaming on iTunes. The Doc also premiered the music video for the track on […]
One of Jamaica’s most crucial DJs, Beenie Man’s recording career stretches back to 1981, although it was in the sound systems where he later made his mark. The witty toaster began his true ascent to stardom in the early ’90s, and by 1994, his reputation couldn’t be beat. Then again, when you’re a recording veteran at age ten, one wonders just what took him so long. Every country has its child stars; just look at Shirley Temple, but few treat their prodigies with the respect of Jamaica.
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King Of The Dancehall Beenie Man refers to his status as king allot lately. But maybe the Dancehall star is just refreshing the memory of all these new upcoming stars […]
(Chorus) Yeah mi know mi levels up deh And mi know mi money tall And mi family dem alright Mi a king a the dancehall yeah Yeah mi know mi […]
Dancehall artists Popcaan, Agent Sasco, and Beenie Man among others delivered some memorable sets at whats been dubbed the best Rebel Salute showing to date. The show saw huge turnouts […]
Beenie Man is urging Alkaline to perform in Jamaica this year. The Doc and the Vendetta clan are at odds over a statement he made at a concert over the […]
Aidonia shares his true feelings about Alkaline dissing Beenie Man on Instagram last week. The 4thGenna deejay stops short of calling the Vendetta head a social media badman. “DEM ONLY […]
Beenie Man found a new arch enemy in dancehall in the form of Alkaline but whether this will translate into diss records only time will tell. The self-proclaim youngest and […]
Alkaline and Beenie Man starting off the new year on a bad path. The two deejays are feuding over a statement that the dancehall icon made at a recent performance […]
Beenie Man brother is alive and well despite recent rumors claiming that the dancehall king is mourning the death of his brother who was gunned down in broad day light […]
Beenie Man has stepped forward to defend dancehall music against some recent backlash from the church community. The fiasco started when the Jamaica Yellow Pages released the cover for the […]