Beenie Says He Makes 5 Songs Per Week Talks Spice & Legacy In Dancehall

Beenie Man says he is one of the hardest working deejays in dancehall even after so many years.

The dancehall legend also made it clear that he has nothing against Spice despite their running last year. During a sit down on Nightly Fix, Beenie Man opened up about a number of topics including his legacy and current status in dancehall. The deejay insisted that he is still the king of dancehall because he isn’t baptized.

One of the criticisms of Beenie Man and other older deejays in the business is that they still feel the need to compete with the younger generation of artists. When asked about that top, Beenie strongly pushed back against the assumption saying he doesn’t compete with any other artists in the business but still work hard because that is naturally who he is.

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“The problem is I cannot go a week without making five songs, I will be a mad man,” the Doc said. “Listen, music just come by the beat, you hear the beat and lyrics start build, so every beat that plays in the studio you build a different song for it. It’s not competing, this is my job, this is what I do, I make music, so without me making music then me at my yard sit down a watch TV or a play game and I don’t do that.”

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On whether or not he is taking away attention from younger artists, Beenie Man said, “This is the problem with dancehall music, why one man have to get all the glory, why everybody cannot get them own glory?”

“Alkaline have him own fans, Vybz Kartel have him own fans, Popcaan have him own fans, everybody have them own fans, so everybody is getting them own glory,” he continues. “Why is it that I am a threat to everybody? Because you is that man fan and you want that man to be where I am? Two entity can’t hold the same space one of us is going to blow up. Each and every individual in music have their own space, have them own respect and have them own time.”

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Listen Spice New Song – “Gum”

Spice delivers new song “Gum”

Spice is one of the most Charismatic, sexy, lyrically and versatile female dancehall artist on the scene. She has been keeping busy since the start of the 2018. Spice released her single “Gum” only after a day of “Duffle Bag” her fist rap single release. Last year Spice sexual explicit single “Sheet” gained a lot of traction worldwide. Fans appointed Spice as the dancehall queen last year after a heated battle with her and Beenie Man. Spice crowned herself as the dancehall queen and Beenie Man commented that “Spice is more like a self-appointed designated queen of dancehall but Lady Saw is still very much the queen..”

DancehallHipHop did a survey on social media back in last November asking fans if they think that Spice is the new queen of dancehall and 67% of respondents say yes. “Spice is the only consistent female artist in dancehall right now because most of them just do something make a lot of noise and then you don’t hear nothing from them,” one fan wrote while another added, “From Lady Saw turn Christian a Spice a run the thing, she consistent she always find a hit and her video them bad.”

Watch the video below and leave your comments if you believe Spice is the dancehall queen.

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Pamputtae Says Beenie Man Is A Wash Up Deejay Fighting Young Artist

Pamputtae continues her onslaught on Beenie Man over a failed performance last weekend at Ghetto Splash in Kingston.

Over the weekend, the female dancehall diva posted a video clip on Instagram ranting about the promoters of the show and Beenie Man who she accused off barring her performance. The dancehall legend quickly shot back saying that she did got a chance to perform but the fans just wasn’t feeling her. Beenie explained that it was his time slot to perform and she wanted to go on stage in his allotted time slot and he just wasn’t haven’t it.

Pamputtae says that is not the case because Beenie Man didn’t just jumped in front of her, he also did it to a bunch of other artists. “My road manager check the schedule and see a who next fi perform,” she said. “Dat a when Beenie Man just a come a di venue. Dem say after Assassin a me, den when me go deh and ready fi work, the woman (one of the stage managers) a say, ‘No, a Beenie fi perform’, and Beenie Man deh behind a me a tell dem nuh fi gimme di mic when him know say a never fi him time fi work because him just come.”

“Wah more Beenie Man can do? Him career buck and stop,” she added. Pamputtae says the promoter for the show has since called and apologize to her for the mishap but nevertheless, she will not be performing at the show in the future.

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Beenie Man Gets Blast By Another Female Dancehall Artist

Following his running with Spice, Beenie Man is again at odds with another female dancehall artist.

Pamputtae uploaded a video on her Instagram last weekend blasting Beenie Man and the promoters of Ghetto Splash in Kingston for not allowing her to perform. “Mi forget say them show is a all man show and no female no fi be there, them no fi put no female on there cuz me a the only female in the venue and them no want me fi perform,” she rants. “Beenie Man know say a me fi perform and him a hurry fi work and him have how much song.”

The video has since went viral forcing Beenie Man to respond and give his side of the story. According to the Doc, Pamputtae is ungrateful because she did got a chance to perform but the crowd just wasn’t feeling her. “I was booked to performed at 4 o’clock and when he arrived at the venue some minutes to four, he heard that Pamputtae wanted to perform. The dancehall legend said he orchestrated for her to get some stage time, and this is how she repays him. Nevertheless, she made it clear that she will not return to the annual show for another performance.

PPL MI VEX BAD!!

A post shared by Eveana Henry (@pamputtae) on Dec 20, 2017 at 5:05am PST

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Lolaasmiles Gets Dancehall Legend Beenie Man On New Track


Reggae star Lolaasmiles taps dancehall legend Beenie Man for her new single “Nuh Baddah.”

The song has been doing well since it was first released a years ago and now the single is seeing a resurgence. Lola thinks that the track will help further push her career in the reggae/dancehall space. “Nuh Baddah” was produced by New York based producer Stedley Reid. Her team is now heavily promoting the single and the extra promo has been working thus far.

“This song has a lot of potential, and with the plan I have in mind it will have a long-lasting effect worldwide,” Lolaasmiles said. “Beenie Man has always been an inspiration to me, and when I found out we had a mutual friend, I had to meet him in person. When we met, he liked my music and we spoke about collaborating and made it happen. It was a very humbling experience working with Beenie Man.”

The song is now available on YouTube and other major streaming services like iTunes/Apple Music and Google. It will be available on several other digital services in the coming weeks.

Beenie Man – Miss Angela Lyrics

[Intro]
Oooooooooooooooooh God
Lord a mercy
Gyal, unuh pretty every time
Watch this!

[Bridge]
All me call, me call the gyal diner
The young gyal hear me, but she won’t answer
Sake of the love weh she get, she nuh cater
Woman dem a bawl, di gyal dem a –
Hoii!

[Hook]
Di gyal dem a bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require
Woman dem a bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a wha’ di gyal dem require

[Chorus]
So Beenie say, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Wukerman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder
Hear me bawl, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Wukerman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder

[Verse 1]
Beenie say!
Woman, with your flowers, your water hose is calling
Ready, gyal mi ready fi go water your garden
Murder! Mi hear the vineyard bawling
When mi use the axe fi go chop out the pumpkin
If you see a “V”, vineyard, that’s the meaning
Pon every vineyard you haffi use vaseline
Shine up the axe, make it shine and look glisten
Ready fi go chop banana and pumpkin

[Hook]
Bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a wha’ di gyal dem require
Woman dem a bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a wha’ di gyal dem require

[Verse 2]
Woman!
Good man is hard to find
Don’t gwan like you waan stay pon backline
Step up inna light and reach pon the frontline
True going through life, we see that time after time
Girl is getting big and living on the wrong line
Stick to the coke and the crack all the time
The more them take it, a the more them rewind
Them nah stop lick it until the crack blow them mind

[Chorus]
But Beenie say, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Loverman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder
Hear me bawl, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Loverman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder

[Hook]
Again!
Bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require
Lord a mercy, bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a wha’ di gyal dem require

[Verse 3]
Woman see me, dem body set pon fire
Gyal haffi dump themselves with ice water
Woman see me, say, me hot like a pepper
Mi sip pepperseed that’s why Beenie Man a utter
Wha’ me say?

[Bridge]
Call, me call the gyal diner
The young gyal hear me, but she won’t answer
Sake of the love weh the gyal dem a require
Woman dem a set all themselves pon fire

[Hook]
Mi sing say
Bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require
Woman dem a bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a wha’ di gyal dem require

[Chorus]
Once more me say, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Wukerman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder
Hear me bawl, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Loverman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder

[Verse 1]
Me sing!
Woman, with your flowers, your water hose is calling
Ready, gyal mi ready fi go water your garden
Murder! Mi hear the vineyard bawling
When mi use the axe fi go chop out the pumpkin
If you see a “V”, vineyard, that’s the meaning
Pon that deh vineyard you haffi use vaseline
Shine up the axe, make it shine and look glisten
Ready fi go chop banana and pumpkin

[Hook]
Bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require
Woman dem a bawl and dem a holler
When dem see me, dem body set pon fire

[Verse 4]
Woman dem a run from in America
Woman all a send me letter from Colombia
Say, Beenie Man you is a champion lover
Dem waan rub me down and squeeze me all over
Gyal all a pick dirt from out of mi finger
Well, some piece of rabbit dem a cook fi mi dinner

[Chorus]
But Beenie say, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Loverman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder
Hear me bawl, spread out Miss Angela
Mr. Loverman deh yah with the Ruff Ryder

[Hook]
Mi sing!
Bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require
Mi say! bawl and dem a holler
Good lover man, a who di gyal dem require