Multi-faceted singer and song writer Dynasty embodies the flavors of the Caribbean with his smooth voice fused with Reggaeton, Soca and Dancehall rich tones. "The culture is in my blood, Reggae is my life, it's what I feel" says Dynasty.
March 25, 2013 (Newswire) - Multi-faceted singer and song writer Dynasty embodies the flavors of the Caribbean with his smooth voice fused with Reggaeton, Soca and Dancehall rich tones. "The culture is in my blood, Reggae is my life, it's what I feel" says Dynasty. The self proclaimed "The Prince of Dancehall" has shared the stage with such international stars as Busta Rhymes, Beenie Man, Pitbull, Buju Banton and many others.
Dynasty who is busy putting the finishing touche on his debut album and has his EP "The Prince Of Dancehall" recently released with the single "She Wants Me" produced by Dwight "Doozie" Whyte. The EP along with the single is now available on itunes by Skiffle D Productions/VP Records.
The high tempo song tells a familiar story of a woman wanting a man as her eyes cross paths across the dancefloor. Simply She see him, she wants him! A video for the hit bound single is in the works.
Doozie talk about working with Dynasty "His voice and flow, creativity of his hooks and love that he will helps keep dancehall and soca alive!"
Dynasty was born on in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, to parents of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent, and then ventured over to the US at the early age of 8. He was raised in the musical melting pot of Brooklyn, New York, in the tough neighborhood of East New York. The culturally rich Jamaican, Trini, and Guyanese influenced atmosphere indulged him into experiencing the essence of pure Caribbean culture - good food and tantalizing rhythms. It was here during his youth, where he witnessed the birth of Dancehall in the U.S. He would hear hit songs blasting from local record shops by veterans like Shabba Ranks, Ninjaman, Cutty Ranks and Papa San. "I fell in love with reggae the first time I heard it. I remember when I was 10, I locked myself up in the room with a reggae cassette and listened to it over and over for the entire day, I was infatuated with it," Dynasty reminisced.