Eddy Kenzo, born as Edrisa Musuuza in 1989 in Masaka, Uganda is a popular dancehall and afropop singer. He lost his mother when he was 5 years old and lived on the streets for 13 years. Listen to his greatest hit so far, called “Sitya Loss”:
Kaka, born in 1992, means brother in Swahili and is a great reggae and dancehall shootingstar from Sweden! Listen to the nice song “En sidste sang” in english ‘A last song’
Whenever I remind music from Denmark, I remind of Nephew and any more bands Truels told me about. Thanks Truels for this suggestion!!
Did you ever notice that the glamour-pop singer Rihanna is from Barbados? I didn’t so far! But she was born in Saint Michael on Barbados in 1988. Today, she’s best known for pop, R&B and even dancehall and hip-hop music and as an actress. Of course, her music reaches the charts regulary and won already many awards. Here’s a great remix(I prefer the remix instead the original) of her song “Umbrella”. Updated song for you!
Djämes Braun is a reggae and dancehall duo. They became popular in 2012 while a broadcast on a radio station. Listen to their song “Kom og giv mig alle dine penge” (in english: Come and give all your money – so i can afford a 4 gear Yamaha):
Thanks for this great Suggestion Truels!!
Beenie Man, born in 1972, is a jamaican musician, best known for reggae and dancehall. Here’s his nice song “Back it up”:
Jah Mac is a french reggae musician from Toulouse, born in Nigeria. His music in a mix of reggae, dancehall, pop and africa elements. Here’s “Reggae Unity”:
Konshens is the stage name for Garfield Spense, a dancehall artist. He has released three albums and his single “Do Sum’n” is the #1 single in Jamaica this week.