Ding Dong and Bravo Drop “Dweet (Genna Bounce)” Video



Ding Dong and Bravo continues to get us moving with his new dance video “Dweet (Genna Bounce).”

Towards the end of the video, he injected his single “Flairy” a song that sparked some controversy last year when he took a shot at Busy Signal. The cut for “Dweet” was directed by RD Studios and starts out with a security guard patrolling an empty parking lot before sitting in a chair and falling asleep. The cut features several members of the Ravers Clavers crew doing the Genna Bounce dance.

“If yo waan look some gal, dweet, if yo waan leave wid yo friend, dweet, if yo waan smoke some trees, dweet, Mi no care who a frowns or a kiss them teeth, if yo waan buy out the bar, dweet, say yo ago mash up the club, dweet,” Ding Dong deejay. The Ravers Clavers leader is currently one of the hottest dancehall artists on the scene after scoring one of the most popular songs locally last year with, “Shoulda Fi A Fling.” Even the Jamaican Prime Minister got in on the action by doing the popular dance move.

Ding Dong says he has a lot in store for his fans this year. Watch the video for “Dweet (Genna Bounce)” below.

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Watch Chronixx New Video “Likes” With Ravers Clavers



Chronixx drop a dance video for “Likes” featuring dance group Ravers Clavers.

This is the second music video to be released for the popular single this year. The track is featured on the reggae singer’s chart topping album Chronology, for which he earned himself a Grammy and MOBO nomination for. The cut features members of the popular dance group headed by Ding Dong showing off some new dance moves that they debut this year. Ding Dong didn’t make a cameo but Beenie Man daughter Desha Ravers showed off some impressive moves.

Chronixx says he released the new video to pay homage to dancing, something he grew up on. 2017 has been a big year for the reggae star who is at the forefront of the reggae revival movement. Last weekend he performed in front of a sold out crowd at Mas Camp in Kingston as he brought his Chronology World Tour to his home soil.

Watch Chronixx “Likes” video below.

Chronixx Brought Out Protoje and Ravers Clavers At Chronology Tour At Mas Camp

Chronixx brought along some friends, Protoje and Ravers Clavers, for his Chronixx Live concert in Kingston.

The roots reggae singer pulled a massive crowd out to Mas Camp in Kingston on Friday for the latest stop in his hugely success Chronology world tour. The singer is currently at the helm of the current reggae revival movement and fans of the genre all over the world are taking notes. A large diverse crowd attended the sold out show including business men, diplomats, and politicians. The venue was at capacity when the singer took the stage and every was on their feet.

Before Chronixx took the stage for his nearly three hours set, Protoje put on a one hour set for his fans. The “Who Knows” singer performed hits from his vast catalog including “Blood Money,” “Rasta Love,” “Resist Not Evil,” “I&I,” “Sudden Flight,” “This Is Not A Marijuana Song,” and “Kingston Be Wise.” He was also joined on stage by Sevana to perform “Sudden Flight.” Other opening acts were equally well received including Eesah, Lila Ike, and Sevana.

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Protoje later joined Chronixx on stage for a performance of their massive hit “Who Knows.” The Chronology singer also brought out dance group Ravers Clavers to perform his single “Likes.” A music video for that track was recently released on YouTube. The other big surprise during his performance was when Chronixx brought out his father Chronicle, who is also a musician.

The reggae star went through a number of singles from his vast catalog including, “Roots and Chalice,” “Smile Jamaica,” “Black is Beautiful,” “Alpha and Omega,” “Majesty,” “I’m Blessed,” “They Don’t Know,” and “Never Give Up.”

Beenie Man Responds To His Daughter Desha Ravers Criticism

Beenie Man responded to some recent criticisms from his daughter Desha Ravers in a new song.

Last month, Desha Ravers, whose real name is Deshagaye Davis, publicly called out Beenie Man for being a bad father. “Mi just think him need fi step up him thing,” the dancer said. “Him a mek whole heap a luu moves suh him just need fi start be a man, a father and everything inna one now,” she said without going into specific details about her contention with the deejay. “The person weh everybody know out a road a nuh the person weh me know.”

Beenie Man released a new single “Twingy Twanga” where he gave his daughter, who is a member of Ravers Clavers dance group, a big shout-out. “Me stop from dance I would never never / Me stop love Deshagay I would never never / Cause all of my kids them born in dancehall,” Beenie deejay over the Belly Bounce Riddim, produced by Cornelius Records.