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Dancehall Reggae artiste Dajigga

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The artiste, whose real name is Lordel Bruce Jr., was born in Buff Bay, Portland.

In his early years, he resided in the Iterboreale Housing Scheme which is located approximately three kilometres outside of Annotto Bay St Mary.

Music was introduced to Dajigga by a close friend who exposed him to sound clashes on audio cassettes, he then became very fond of reggae music and soon started to sneak out while his parents were asleep to attend the regular parties in his community.

In 2007, Dajigga auditioned for the Digicel Rising Stars competition but only made it to the second round. Feeling disappointed he then went to audition for the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition the following year.

Although he did not make it very far in the competition, he gained enough confidence to audition for a Sting talent search one month later, where he placed first and got a chance to perform on the greatest one night reggae show.

After gracing Sting in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and receiving overwhelming responses, his career is on course and he was now in the Supreme Promotions camp.

Managed by Dimario McDowell, Dajigga says he has performed on numerous stage shows in Jamaica and with the release of songs such as Make the Money, Skuminar and Wine For Mi the young artiste seems poised to do well.

"I'm just doing my thing now to get into the business. I am working real hard, cause I know I have what it takes to make it", the confident DJ said recently.


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