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in 2004 beenie man released the original rude boy, which included the single mami wata. the single peaked at no. 2 in the us. in 2006, beenie man released people people. he featured many of the top names in the dancehall world including jamaica’s veteran, delroy edwards. the track was a top 10 hit on the billboard dance chart.
in 2009 beenie man released my time is gonna come, which included the hit single locked down. the single featured the legendary tenors happenin and walshy fire, as well as beenie man himself. beenie also took to the main stage at reggae sunsplash 2009 and 2010. in 2011, beenie man released gimme that swagger. he featured the hit single and the track began to climb the us billboard r&b chart.
in 1992, beenie man received his recording break. vp records founder and producer bunny lee was on vacation and not returning for weeks. needing an immediate project to get the work done, lee persuaded beenie man to come to his soundlab sound system and record a reggae mix, sticky, that lee would then drop at his leopold records. the effort received mixed reviews, but vanessa marshall called it a miracle, and here was a reggae star, raised and living in kingston.
the rest is history. within a year, beenie man was back at a vp studios recording and producing a new lp, with lee producing three of the songs. sealed in a black case, the release hit vp in late 1992. beena man many moods of moses was officially released in jamaica on vp and larger label greensleeves records. the first single, too nice, was a melodic dancehall track, featuring beenie man on guest rapping and joined by shocking vibes new emcee, poison. too nice was a huge hit and had beenie man helping to define jamaican dancehall. then came the beef. beenie man was rumoured to have tampered with the vocals of ruckfu man, bounty killer, whose hit single, king for a day, was released around the same time. bounty killer took exception, and a long battle ensued between the two. the beef was finally solved when beenie man led a no beef boycott of bounty killer and his camp at vp records. the boycott was successful and beenie man was able to air dirty secrets, the first single off of the bmt boycott mixtape. this single became a crossover reggae hit and was directly responsible for resurrecting bounty killer as a force to be reckoned with.
beenie man later combined with lady saw in the u.k. on sola sola album. the landmark album featured songs like i would rather, with trinidads calypso rose, that frequently attracted significant radio play. the pair, joined again by lady saw, toured and performed in london, new york and throughout the world. it featured the no. 1 hit come on and the hit dancehall song dance on
sets popular or innovative dancehall riddims throughout. the album again showcased his lyrical genius, with songs like babies number one, featuring jabari daku and former member of culture, and female empowerment.
beenie man’s second album in 1995 was reach out; the follow up to 1993’s survival. unusually for beenie the album saw a solo effort from bobaflex and konshens wife jodye. the album, with its clangy linn drum kicks, went on to sell over a million copies. not surprisingly the chart-topping heavy reggae single was the ferocious reprise.
beenies third album in 1999 was the very different sonny boy & meets planet 9. a love letter to his now 15 year old son sonny, the album ended up on the top 20 on the us billboard reggae chart. sonny took over the reins as beenie man turned to local music by producing jadakiss’ ‘monica,’ the next single from the rapper’s career highlight inferno.
while being a dancehall producer at the turn of the century, beenie man started to guest feature on some of the top r&b and pop records of the time. his powerful hook on da brat ’s sung version of janet jacksons i want you was one of the biggest hip hop hits of 2000. his ‘rap star’ single featured nelly and reached no. 2 on the billboard hot 100.