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Ding Dong

Ding Dong
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Kemar Christopher Dwaine Ottey popularly known as "Ding Dong" is a Dancehall and Reggae artist and entertainer from Kingston, Jamaica.

In early 2003, Ding Dong created the dance group Ravers Clavers with a group of friends. Members have come and gone along the way, but the number remains about 12-13 members. The crew, all inhabitants of the Nannyville community are all talented in their own and have been instrumental in create popular dances known today, including 'Sivva', 'Shampoo', 'Lebeh Lebeh', 'Lowe Mi', ‘Fling’ and ‘Flairy’. He released his first single "Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up" which was a chart topper in late year of 2005 and early 2006

Having dabbled in music as a recording artiste over the years; he was instrumental in the concept behind the single "Wakky Dip", an ode to the late Gerald “Bogle” Levy performed by Dancehall group Voicemail. Ding also made music with the late Danny Champagne and Elephant Man as well as winning several dancing titles.

2009 saw the release of “Holiday” a collaboration with Jamaican singer Chevaughn. Since its release, Ding Dong has continued recording. 'Hustler', 'Shampoo', 'Wul Up', 'Syvah', Produced by Ricky Blaze, 'Gas', 'Lowe Mi', 'Fling', 'Rock The Floor' alongside labelmate Dancehall Princess Shenseea, 'Flairy', 'Lebeh Lebeh', are a few of his hits. He has performed in the US, Europe and the Caribbean, and appeared in Rebel Salute 2018, the first Dancer turned Dancehall artiste ever billed for the show in its 24-year history. He recorded with Stephen "Di Genius" McGregor and Emudio labels. He currently calls Romeich Entertainment home and says 2018 and beyond will be even more historic

Grace Foods' brand campaign Flava with a Beat gave Ding Dong a major role as the voice behind the campaign jingle, and his latest dance move, flairy, became the official dance for the campaign. Other brands he has advertised include; Magnum Tonic Wine, Grace Kennedy and Western Sports. "It is a blessing, especially for me representing the dancehall community and as a male from the garrison," Ding Dong said."It shows that it is not where you are from, but how you carry yourself," Ding Dong said.
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