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Entertainment News Written by  Phlexx Thursday, 01 July 2010 09:01 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Amir Jahfar Fyffe, more popularly known as Dadda, has emerged as one of Jamaica promising young teen stars in the last year or so. A lyrical powerhouse, this entertainer has been wowing music critics in the Caribbean and Europe with his lyrical prowess, clever delivery and swagger.

Dadda has at least six 45 vinyl release all across Europe such as
"Guns" on the Gt label, “No Rotten Smile” on Courtney mac label, and
It Dat Bad” on the Trendsetta label.

However, it is his latest single, Question, which has been grabbing
the ear of disc jocks and forced FM radio to sit up and pay attention
to a new star. The controversial but conscious song asks biting
questions about the order of things socially and politically in
Jamaica, and the rhymes reflect a maturity and understanding far
beyond Dadda's years.

Previously, Dadda had voiced a whopping 56 voice tracks so far, and he
has made appearances on most of the major events held in Jamaica, such
as Reggae Sumfest, Reggae Sunsplash, Fully Loaded, Follow the Arrow,
Sting, Saddle to the East, Rise to the Occasion, and St. Mary Mi Come

Dadda is a well focused young man in the school environment, hardly
ever late or absent rom school.

"He is an A class student, who strongly believes in education, so he
(dadda) and his associate from Germany, Michael “Firewheel”
Schuessler, put together a project called: “pencil over gun” which
will be dadda own line of school bags, with his own brand and slogan,"
a publicist said in a release.

These bags can be bought online (www.tubeline.de).

For the past three years, with the help of the Bounty Killer led
Alliance, Liquid Herbal Nitro, Lacka Squad Records inc., Firewheel
sound system (from Germany), he has hosted the 'Dadda Pre-birthday
bash and back to school giveaway" held at the end of summer.

"The main aim of his project is to facilitate young boys and girls to
go back to school with their necessities and materials to have a great
education," the publicist said.

Dadda is also the youngest member of the Bounty Killer-led Alliance
however booking is done for him through his own establishment: Lacka
squad records inc.(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and the internationally
recognised Firewheel sound system (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

"Bounty Killer ah my dads, and the boss is a humanitarian and a man of
people, him uplift nuff youths from nothing to something, and I want
to inspire people too,“ Dadda was quoted as saying.

Dadda is also the nephew of veteran female entertainer: Janice “lady-g” Fyffe.

"Dadda is your typical teen, nothing bothers him at all, he plays
football, does running, swimming, & associate himself with everyone,
being anti-social is not apart of his life," the publicist said.

To learn more about dadda go to: www.myspace.com/daddamusic

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