Beenie Man enlist some big names in dancehall including Bounty Killer and Sizzla for his upcoming album Unstoppable.

Get ready for highly anticipated 21-track project due to be released to top off the summer heat on August 26, 2016.   To no ones surprise, Beenie Man has also drawn for other very talented renown guest to feature on the album including: Agent Sasco, Verse Simmonds, Tarrus Riley, Tristan Palmer, and Christopher Martin.

“Well we have a mad track with Bounty Killer and Triston Palmer called Blue Lights,” Beenie Man said. “There’s another with Christopher Martin called They Don’t Know. We have Verse Simmonds on a track, called Stuck on You. Agent Sasco is featured on Call The Crew. Run Road remix features Carolina rapper J Gunz, and we also have Tarrus Riley on the track, Dancing Mood.”

Among the producers on the album includes Major Lazer, Seanizzle, Mario C, Don Corleone, Jeremy Harding, Jordan McClure, Tony Kelly, and more. Unstoppable will mark the first album from the self-proclaim dancehall king in 10 years. Beenie Man will also be going on an Unstoppable World tour to promote the album.



Anthony Moses Davis (born 22 August 1973), better known by his stage name Beenie Man, is a Grammy award-winning Jamaican reggae dancehall recording artist. He is referred to as the world’s “King of Dancehall”.

Davis was born in the Waterhouse district of Kingston in 1973. He was involved in the music industry from a young age, starting toasting at the age of five, and was encouraged by his uncle Sydney Knowles, who played drums for Jimmy Cliff. He won the Tastee Talent contest in 1981, and Radio DJ Barry G introduced him to local sound system operators, who helped to establish the popularity of the young deejay, who became known as Beenie Man. He recorded his debut single, “Too Fancy”, with record producer Henry “Junjo” Lawes in 1981. The Invincible Beenie Man: The Ten Year Old DJ Wonder was produced by Bunny Lee and released in 1983, his first hit single following the same year with the Winston Holness-produced “Over the Sea”. In 1984 Beenie Man recorded some material with Barrington Levy (released ten years later), but his music career was put on hold while he finished school, and spent time travelling to the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.

Just recently, international superstar had reported that he incurred the Zika Virus and Dengue and underwent blood tests, injections and pills. This caused him to miss the 2016 OVO Fest on July 30 in Canada.


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