The "King of the Dancehall" Beenie Man guest stars on this months Shake Dat Donkey Dancehall Mixtape Show on Bigupradio.com. DJ Trasha a.k.a."Tha Booty Shaker" chats it up with Beenie Man who is currently on a national US Tour. Find out about Beenie’s new album, his tour and much more! Your UK toppa toppa DJ Trasha has a very special Beenie Man mix set that you will definitely not want to miss! DJ Trasha grew up in South London surrounded by Reggae music and culture. Trasha relocated to the Bay Area where he worked at Thrasher Skateboard Magazine as Hip hop / Reggae music editor. Trasha is now located in Los Angeles where he mixes the only Dancehall Mixtape Show on Bigupradio Champion Sound. In this time he featured Sean Paul, Elephant Man, Buju Banton, Sizzla, Capleton and T.O.K. in the skateboard magazine alongside major Hip hop artists like Lil Jon and Pitpull. Catch DJ Trasha this and every last Saturday of each month for the SHAKE DAT DONKEY Dancehall Mixtape Show!
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About Beenie Man
Born Anthony Moses Davis in 1973 in the Waterhouse district of Kingston, Jamaica, Beenie Man has been on the dancehall scene since childhood. At the early age of 10, in 1983 Beenie Man was recorded on Junjo Presents Two Big Sounds live alongside many big DJs of that era including Dillinger and Fathead. In 1984 he recorded "Under Mi Sensi" and "Two Sounds" with the legendary Barrington Levy. Beenie has recorded with the best of them including King Jammy, Niney The Observer, Sly and Robbie, Don Corleon, Janet Jackson, Neptunes, Lil’ Kim, and many more. Find out more on Beenie Man’s website: http://www.beenieman.net/
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