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Ding Dong

Real Name:Kemar Christopher Dwaine Ottey
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Jamaican dancehall artist, born September 29th, 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in the Nannyville Gardens neighborhood. Joining the Flatbush Dance crew, Ding Dong became widely known as a dance having originated popular dances such as the ‘Swing Song’, ‘Badman Fawad’, ‘Part Di Crowd’, ‘Chakka Chakka’, ‘Flowers A Bloom’, ‘Monument’, ‘Oh My Swing’, ‘Paranoid’ and ‘Dip again’. He then created the dance group Ravers Clavers in 2003. They then created more popular dances including the 'Sivva', 'Shampoo', 'Lebeh Lebeh', 'Lowe Mi', ‘Fling’ and ‘Flairy’. He released his first single "Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up" in 2005. He was instrumental in the concept behind the single "Wakky Dip", an ode to the late Gerald “Bogle” Levy performed by Dancehall group Voicemail.

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Aliases:Kemar Ottey
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