MP3 Engee Dadon - Immigrant
Reggae Dancehall - Profound lyrics about immigrants in America who seek help from President Barak Obama
1 MP3 Songs in this album (4:09) !
Related styles: REGGAE: Dancehall, WORLD: Reggae
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I am an artist that loves to write and produce all types of music. I believe I can take music to another level. My goals are to accomplish what ever music has to offer. So I make music for people who have problems and people who need to enjoy themselves, for those who want to release stress and seek comfort and for others who want to hear something to educate and lift up their spirits. I also create music for people who want to listen to something new.
I call this type of music, the music for the new generation. It expresses the mood (of the listener) with a vibe that you can feel from any angle. My desire is to make my fans continually enjoy and have a constant yen for my music.
Formerly known as DJ Pickney
Nasheer Garth Walters, a/k/a eNGee dadon, was born in the rural seaside town of Annotto Bay, St. Mary, Jamaica, on Aug 1, 1979.
eNGee is a multitalented artist who writes, sings and produces music which has a dual purpose, to entertain and to educate. His style is a blend of unique and original lyrics and rhythms performed with high emotionality, drama and humor. He presents a new interpretation of the Reggae dancehall music style, reinventing it and taking it to a new level. The typical Reggae dancehall music style features lyrics which are raw, thus appealing to a discrete audience who appreciates its expressive and explicit lyrics. eNGee employs a more subtle approach, which allows him to connect with a wider audience.
eNGee believes that his music touches people because his “lyrics inspires them and gives them confidence in themselves and they can relate to it and dance to it at the same time.” He will continue this trend with his upcoming releases which addresses current issues such as immigrants in America, youth and guns and our newfound reliance upon and relationship with the internet.
eNGee was known as a gifted child, full of creativity and talented in the performing arts. His need to broaden his wings as an entertainer was not supported in his Christian home, so with a sense of purpose and adventure, he left home in search of a future as a musician and entertainer, at the tender age of eleven.
At age fourteen, eNGee was discovered by Disc Jockey Youthman Troy, who regularly would spin tunes at the Roof Night Club in Ocho Rios. eNGee was oftentimes the winner of the Talent Contest held there on Tuesday evenings. Youthman Troy took him to Kingston and recorded eNGee’s first single called “God is my closest friend”, a dance hall song which was played frequently at the Roof Night Club.
Later in his teens, eNGee honed his creative talents and proved himself as a leader and an innovator, creating a dance group called Crazy Kids. They were youngsters who lived in the same neighborhood on James Avenue in Ocho Rios. As their lead singer, he was known then as Nas, he orchestrated the formation of the group, managing and directing them to perform, dance, and sing. The group became very popular because of their creative and unusual dances, miming and acting. They would go to different cities and perform in the street on Friday afternoons. Crazy Kids group was popular in the locales of Ocho Rios, Falmouth, Kingston (cross roads or half-way-tree), May Pen, St. Ann’s Bay and Linstead.
Around the age of eighteen, eNGee’s talent and ingenuity was recognized when he wrote a song for the popular musician, Merciless, and asked him to release it. At that time, both Merciless and another well know musician, Bounty Killer and Merciless were in the midst of a rivalry where they used their music to “sound off” against each other. eNGee wrote a response to a song Bounty Killer had written to Merciless. Merciless recorded the song. Later they collaborated on a hit song called “nah tek nuh talk.“ eNGee thereafter became known in the Reggae music circles as DJ “Pickney” which means child in the Jamaican dialect, because he was the youngest in the group of older musicians.
In 2001 at age 20, eNGee entered the Tastee Talent Search Competition and won. In that same year, he himself recorded his first single and established DJ “Pickney” as his trade name on a song titled “Talk.” Since that time, his writings, recordings and dramatic performances have made him the talk in the Reggae musical circles.
In 2003, he performed in the Sting Miami concert where he received a write up which typifies the reviews of his performance,
“Comedian DJ Pickney, brought the house down from the moment he hit the stage. Pushed on stage in an oversized baby stroller, the audience couldn''t contain their laughter as the comedian eased himself out of the stroller, dressed like a real Pickney with bib, baby bonnet and all. His humorous lyrics only served to incite the audience even more. He indeed earned a lot of love in his Miami debut. Upcoming artiste Pickney had the Miami massive in awe as he totally wowed them. It should be interesting to see how he will fare in that part of the States.“
He has continued to perform, write and travel throughout Jamaica, the Caribbean, Europe the U.S.A.
Now that his talents have found their niche, he has defined his sound as “Dancehall Rap.” In 2007, eNGee renamed himself as a new generation musician calling himself eNGee dadon. When you attend an eNGee event, you will be truly entertained, drawn into an experience of eclectic and exciting rhythms and lyrics that will bring you to your feet, making you laugh, dance and sing.
See him on his myspace page.
Recordings to date:
Artist Chune Riddim Original Year Producer Label
Merciless & Pickney
Mi Nah Tek Nuh Talk Zero Tolerance
2002 Harvel Hart
Big Man Gold Mine
Look From When Hard Influence
Look From When / Boscom - No Time Brimstone
Mash Mi Head Up Bad Company
2003 Cordel ''Scatta'' Burrell
2003 Alex G Riprock & Dow Jones
Pickney, Spotlight, Queen Paula
United Kingdom, Grenada, Trinidad, Antigua and various cities in the U.S.A.
2003 Sting Miami Concert
Comedian DJ Pickney, brought the house down from the moment he hit the stage. Pushed on stage in an oversized baby stroller, the audience couldn''t contain their laughter as the comedian eased himself out of the stroller, dressed like a real Pickney with bib, baby bonnet and all. His humorous lyrics only served to incite the audience even more. He indeed earned a lot of love in his Miami debut. Upcoming artiste Pickney had the Miami massive in awe as he totally wowed them. It should be interesting to see how he will fare in that part of the States.