Dancehall veteran deejay Beenie Man is upbeat about what he deemed as a brand new Beenie man.
Beenie Man is among the most popular dancehall deejays of 2010 due to a slew of hits such as I’m OK and Rum and Red Bull with Fambo. The doc is looking to take that success and conquer the new year.
This success, he says, will be achieved because of the ‘new’ Beenie Man, which he is about to unveil to the world.
In a press release from Beenie Man’s camp, the Doc said fans can expect a brand new Beenie Man
“This is a new Beenie, people did a wait fi see the next old Beenie Man. But dem (fans) never give up pon me, and it is a different reception anywhere mi go, South America, Tanzania and Africa. It’s like I had never been there before, it is like a new Beenie Man.”
The ‘new’ Beenie Man has upcoming performances in Grenada on Christmas Eve, and in Antigua this week as well.
The deejay performed in Guyana last week to a huge audience in the National Stadium. The day after that, he performed at Club Zen in Trinidad which was also filled to capacity.
“All three levels of Club Zen in Trinidad sell out, and the promoter in Guyana say that was the biggest show fi a while. It was a big turnout, hours after the show done, mi stay inna my hotel, which was close to the venue, and see people still a leave inna traffic. Based on the pre-show sales, the promoter had to change the venue to the National Stadium so it was almost 20,000 people,” he said.
He said that the current surge in his popularity is as a direct result of the popularity of the recent singles, Out and Clean, Nuh Stress Me Out, Pretty Kitty, and his Beenie Man and Friends rhythm.