May 11, 2009
Energy God: The Very Best of the Elephant Man
When it gets too serious in the reggae/dancehall world, deejay Elephant Man can always be counted on to bring some amount of comic relief and lots of dance and fashion to balance out things. Ele recently rocked the Digicel media party at FOrt Clarence with a one-of-akind performance that had many commenting that they never knew he had so much energy. Guess that’s why he’s called the Energy god.
The latest release from Ele on the VP is entitled Energy God: The Very Best of the Elephant Man, the CD contains all of Ele’s more recent hits including Pon de river, Pon de bank, Signal de plane, Willie Bounce, Gully Creepa, Nuh linga, Sweep, Tall up tall up, Bun bad mind and Gangsta Rock.
“If you saw me today you are never gonna forget me … my hair, my clothes, my style..I’m crazy man, I’m the Energy God. Father of the Dancehall.... Elephant Man.”
That, simply put, is the boisterous Elephant Man in his very own words.
Elephant Man will be one of the performers on stage at Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night and the artiste is all set to to make Sumfest memorable for his fans. and all we can say is “mucho mucho caliente … tranquello”.