When Damian “Junior Gong” Marley’s representatives contacted Original Bembe selector Jigsy for him to sign off on the artist’s sampling of Buju Banton’s Me & Oonu (Bongo Cart) for the song R.O.A.R.
|Real Name||Oneal Bryan|
|Date of Birth||September 11, 1975 (age 46 years old)|
About Elephant Man
Oneal Bryan, aka Elephant man or Energy God, is a Jamaican dancehall legend from Kingston. Elephant man was born in 1974. He has been active since 1997 so more than two decades. O’Neill, recently being named the Dancehall Icon of Dance at Magnum Big 20, has never failed to deliver brilliant vibes, fashion, dance and style.
Elephant Man News and Updates
When Usain Bolt shared on Monday that popular US game show Jeopardy! had used his famous To Di World pose—which he first unveiled at the 2008 Beijing Olympics—as the clue to a question, his fans became abuzz with excitement.
Another Level artist Cham has joined his counterpart Elephant Man in cautioning new Dancehall artists to undertake physical training to keep their fitness levels up, in other words: train like elite athletes such as Usain Bolt.
The late King Of Pop Michael Jackson reportedly praised Dancehall star Elephant Man for helping to redeem his sister, Janet Jackson, following 2004’s Super Bowl ‘wardrobe malfunction’ controversy.
The Energy God Elephant Man hilariously relayed some of his top moments in the music industry in a recent interview, among them a tete-a-tete with King of Pop, Michael Jackson, and J-Lo’s crashing at his feet on the red carpet whilst in her excitement to meet him at the 2004 BET Awards.
Elephant Man is cautioning upcoming Dancehall artists to eat well and keep physically fit, in order to keep apace with grueling tours and performances in the future.
For five consecutive weeks, Intence’s Yahoo Boyz was the most streamed song in Jamaica on YouTube, according to the platform’s Music Charts And Insights.
Dancehall sensation Elephant Man ‘tidied up’ his crib on Monday to once again give fans a mini-tour of the updated interior and his backyard.
Dancehall artist Elephant Man, who allegedly lied to immigration authorities about his trip to Belgium, which was on the list of countries for which Jamaica had imposed travel bans, will return to the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on May 12.
Almost two years after the Montego Bay police pulled the plug on Jahvillani’s expletive-laced performance at Reggae Sumfest, his father-in-law Tom Tavares Finson, who is president of the Jamaican Senate, is being pressured, to resign after using an expletive during a sitting of the Upper House of the Jamaican Parliament two Fridays ago.
Bronx, New York rapper Fat Joe says if it weren’t for the Dancehall and Reggae movement back in the mid-2000s, he wouldn’t have created his hit single Lean Back that has had fans around the world leaning back for the last 17 years.
Dancehall artist Elephant Man appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court today to face charges of making a false declaration to Jamaican immigration authorities.
Beloved Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda is officially a free man after six years and two months in federal prison.
Dancehall nice again! This week there are some exciting new tracks and music videos that will surely reel you in.
Dancehall artist Elephant Man had his bail extended when he appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in Half-Way-Tree yesterday.
The music production houses have been working overtime the last couple of days, churning out hot new releases from a long list of Dancehall acts and we have 18 picks this week.
Dancehall music is governed by different modes of performance, ritual and spectacle. Music industry insiders often point to the lyrical rite of passage undergone by a dancehall act, like a production about badmind, another about marijuana, one about gangsterism, and others coined “reality tunes”.
Dancehall artiste and producer Agent Sasco has launched brand new modifications on his Loco Riddim with the assist of Teflon Zincfence.
There is nowhere else in the world where the term ‘badmind’ is an actual word, except in Jamaica.
October 31st was as festive as it’s ever been in the Dancehall, with the usual trending stars showing up and showing out in their Halloween best.