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We Highlight Some Of @ElephantManJA’s Greatest Remixes In Our New Playlist!


Over the past weekend, many people got to witness “The Energy GodElephant Man representing for Dancehall music and bringing a massive charge to Reggae Sumfest 2019. With hits aplenty, and the ability to move the crowd, Ele left Montego Bay with one of the more memorable nights of the 2 night festival. Today, we pay tribute to Elephant Man. Inspired by our 2017 Article, we present to you, “Elephant Man – King Of The RefixPlaylist!

With nearly 6 hours worth of singles along with the original tracks covered/sampled, Elephant Man knew how to take the lemons given to him, and make a Lemonade of hits! With over 20 years in Dancehall, Ele won’t find his energy fizzling out anytime soon. All hail the “Energy God“!

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@ElephantManJA: The King Of The “Refix”?


O’neil Bryan, more popularly known as Elephant Man, has enjoyed much success in his 20+ years as a Dancehall Artist. Having a great track record, he was exalted to god levels hence his title as the “Energy God“. Today we look at another title that I’m sure many would bestow upon him, and that is the “King of the Refix“! With his unique ability to remix a hit song from any genre, Ele gave us that feel good music and an abundance of dance tunes. In our biggest Blog Post yet, see why Ele may just be the “Refix King” below!

(Elephant Man tracks and originals are linked to Apple Music in the titles.)

1. Father Elephant (Remix of the Children Gospel song, “Father Abraham“)

2. Sesame Street (Remix of the Theme Song for the “Sesame Street” TV Series)

3. Bun Bad Mind (Remix of Marvia Providence’sHear My Cry Oh Lord“)

4. It Sweet Me (Remix of The Shirelles’Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow“)

5. War On (Remix of Missy Elliott’sGet Your Freak On“)

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NEW MUSIC: @ElephantManJA – Cellphone Ting (Hotline Bling x @AnjuBlaxx Remix)


Sometimes Elephant Man is known as the “Energy God“, or even the King of Dancing singles. Today, Ele plays the Remix King in “Cellphone Ting“. A collaboration with UIM Records’ Anju Blaxx, Ele takes on Drake’sHotline Bling” and gets at cellphone thieves who lurk those who carry some of the latest communication devices. He also encourages them to get their own as most stolen phones can be locked thanks to the smart owners. An entertaining one from Elephant Man. Watch out for the phone thieves, keep your GPS on and if you lose your iPhone, track and lock it via iCloud. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @EleDiEnergyGod – Jamaicans How We Do It


elephant-man-2012Today’s new music comes from the “Energy GodElephant Man. Titled “Jamaicans How We Do It“and produced by Di Genius, we hear Elephant Man remixing the 1995 Montell Jordan hit “This Is How We Do It“. Adding Dancehall lyrics and his own energy, Ele letting people know how Jamaicans party and have fun. This is a pretty good effort from Elephant Man who is not a stranger to remixing popular songs. What do you think? Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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