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Top flight dancehall deejay Elephant Man is looking forward to another stellar performance when he grace the Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest stage on July 20 at Catherine Hall Complex in Montego Bay, St. James.
Elephant Man has consistently delivered top-class show at one of the greatest reggae festival on Earth. And this year, the deejay plans to take his performance to a higher level.
Highly credited with bringing back dancing into the dancehall with his dance-oriented songs, Elephant Man has mastered his stage craft. There's never a dull moment with Elephant Man. With a seemingly inexhaustible energy source, he throws himself into everything he does. He performs with abandon.
Numbered among the headline acts on Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night, it will certainly be another high-energy performance from the deejay dubbed 'Energy god'.
On stage, Elephant Man is a whirlwind of energy, launching himself into the air, climbing monitors and running from stage side to stage side in an attempt to express himself to his fans.
To this, Elephant Man said, "It's like a pent up energy weh mi have and mi wah express it to the people."
Elephant Man is rocking the music charts with songs like 'Bad Man Forward' on Fire Links label and 'Gangster Rock' for Burchill Records. In addition, the Q45-managed recording and performing artiste is eagerly awaiting the release of his fifth album title 'Over The Wall' later this year.
According to Elephant Man, that album will be the first of a three-album deal for P, Diddy's label. The former Scare Dem Crew member other albums included 'Comin' 4 You', 'Log On', 'Higher Level' and 'Good To Go'.
Before Elephant Man hits Sumfest stage, he will be on a European tour from July 11-17. He is scheduled for concerts in Germany, Belgium, France and Netherlands.
Elephant is also booked on bMobile Reggae Sunsplash on August 3-6. So, music fans could be in store for other breath-taking performance from the energy god.