Beenie Man is the ‘world’s greatest dad’ says daughter Crystal on his 42nd Birthday
Dancehall artiste Beenie Man recently celebrated his birthday (August 22nd) and his daughter Crystal (also the daughter of Dancehall Queen Carlene) had written a tribute to her father.
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“Happy birthday to the world’s greatest father. I would not want anyone else to be my dad except for you. You have always treated me like a princess, and I will forever honour that. You are my life, my heart and my soul. Daddy, I love you unconditionally.”
“Your loving daughter, Crystal”
Previously, Beenie Man had been said to be good at fatherhood and obviously things are the same these days.
Beenie Man, born Anthony Moses Davis, has been performing most of his life. He released his first album, The Invincible Beenie Man: The Ten Year Old DJ Wonder, during his prepubescence. The gimmick didn’t quite hit but Beenie would spend the ’80s honing his performance chops. His work paid off although Beenie didn’t reached stardom until the 1990s, when he joined Yellowman, Bounty Killer and Shabba Ranks as the genre’s finest.
Beenie released his noteworthy “Maestro” and “Many Moods of Moses” just when dancehall reached its peaked. Those two albums featured some of his biggest hits, including “Girls Dem Sugar,” ”Who Am I (Sim Simma)” and “Romie.”
Beenie eventually made the crossover to the States.”King of the Dancehall” served as both a victory lap and mission statement. The Jamaican native also scored a hit with Janet Jackson on the Neptunes-produced “Feel It Boy” and the Mya-assisted redo of “Girls Dem Sugar.”
Beenie Man hasn’t released an album since 2006′s Undisputed. Nevertheless, his songs can still light up any Dancehall party.
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