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Dancehall/Reggae Flashback Videos

Swagga Right Entertainment gives you the hottest Dancehall/Reggae Flashback Videos. Featuring icons such as, Lady Saw, Beenie Man, Super Cat, and more!

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Swagga Right Entertainment digs deep into the past and slips on an ‘oldies-but-goodies’ record. Introducing, “Dancing Mood” by Jamaican icon, Delroy Wilson. This world-famous single was produced by Coxsone Records, released back in 1966.

The great, Delroy George Wilson was born on October 5th, 1948. Mastered in singing ska, rocksteady and reggae music. He passed away on March 6th, 1995, at Kingston’s UWI hospital, of complications from cirrhosis of the liver. He was only 46 years old.

Let’s take it all the way back to 1998, when the song “Hackle You” was released starring the one and only, Frisco Kid. It was recorded on the HYPE RIDDIM, from the label Ghetto Quality. This classic dancehall record created gigantic waves in the music industry!

Steve Wray aka Frisco Kid aka Ancient Monarchy, is a popular deejay born in the Kingston district of West Kingston, Jamaica. He left high school in 1989, to pursue vocational training as a mechanic.

Weehhh! Pull Up! — Today’s Dancehall Flashback goes to a duet called “Wicked Dickie” starring Buju Banton featuring superstar, Nadine Sutherland. Many know the history of Buju Banton as one of the top dancehall emcees who later transitioned himself as a prominent conscious reggae icon. As for Nadine Sutherland, she’s known all over the globe for hit songs like “Babyface” and “Action” featuring Terror Fabulous.

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Blacka Ranks, Pennie Irie, Little Vicious @ Reggae Splash NYC 1993!

Swagga Right Entertainment pulled up a ‘hard to find video’! — This DANCEHALL FLASHBACK is a memorable performance by Blacka Ranks, Pennie Irie and Little Vicious. The show took place back in 1993 at Reggae Splash in New York City. The performance was filled with the best freestyles which played a major part in the Dancehall culture – ‘True authentic Jamaican artists at their best!’ …with countless dance moves behind every riddim played.

Take a look at this vintage Dancehall clip from the 90’s era on SWAGGARIGHTENTERTAINMENT.COM!

Beenie Man – Number One

Swagga Right Entertainment brings you down memory lane, taking it back with a BAD chune from the 90’s! “Number 1” was a big dancehall record for Beenie Man; Recorded on the BADDIS RIDDIM in the year 1998. As they say in dancehall, “Lets take it back to when dance was nice.”

Enjoy listening to Beenie Man’s hot flashback single, “Number One” below!

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