Dancehall artiste Gangoolie shoots video for new single 'Donkey Kick' - Spanish Town-based recording artiste Gangoolie, who is making national waves with his latest hit, Muscle Wine, has shot a video for his follow-up single called Donkey Kick.
The video was shot at West Kings House Road, St Andrew, and featured
dancers from Team Russian from Cooreville, Tanya Spice from Portmore and
dancers from Spanish Town such as Ms Watt, Big 13, Ratty, Tara and
The video shoot featured a 'karate' segment, with Ms
Watt acting as a black belt Tae Kwan Do master, presiding over a
sparring session between rival dancers dressed in karate costumes
provided by Fighting Tigers club in Spanish Town.
Dancehall artiste Gangoolie shoots video for new single 'Donkey Kick'
Matrix-like fighting scenes
"There is a scene where Ms. Watt jump
out of a tall tree while inna her karate clothes, and some Matrix-like
fighting scenes between girls in karate costumes, people ah go love the
scenes dem," Gangoolie said.
The Donkey Kick dance originated from Tawes Pen in Spanish Town after some verbal jousting between two girls.
girls were arguing, and dem did a mock and jeer each other, and
somebody say when yu see yu mate, yu fi gi har a donkey kick and kick
out dem foot, and from de so, the dance just build," Ratty explained.
Donkey Kick combines with the MuscleWine dance with a hilariously inventive kicking movement.
song ah shot at dances like Bembe Thursdays, Mineral Wednesdays, Uptown
Mondays, Trensetta Fridays, All Star Thursdays, Magnum Mondays, and it
ah shell Spanish Town. Wherever it draw inna the dance, the place just
get mad because is a gimmick thing and the gal dem love it," Gangoolie
The single appears on the Diamond Music Empire imprint on the 'Hypocrite' rhythm.
has enjoyed a lot of success withMuscle Wine which peaked at #2 on the
FIWI Choice Top-ten charts and has become a big sensation on the social
media platforms. The song also has been getting radio play in Barbados,
Trinidad and St Lucia as the Muscle Wine craze spreads to other
Gangoolie was once known as Hitlist aka
The Sheriff, and he scored a big hit. Please Stop The Killing, in 2005,
and became a protege of deejay Bounty Killer.
You can contact Gangoolie
at 874-3900 for bookings.
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