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About Elephant Man

A young man with big ears (hence the childhood nickname), Elephant Man is a Jamaican dancehall emcee with a big love for American hip-hop. While Sean Paul style crossover may not be imminent, Elephant Man's gruff style has earned him a few cameos - with Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey - and thus interest from record labels north of the Caribbean. His 2003 release Pon Di River, Pon Di Bank delivered a shot of true, unadulterated dancehall for which American charts might just have been ready.

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Listen toElephant Manon Napster

A young man with big ears (hence the childhood nickname), Elephant Man is a Jamaican dancehall emcee with a big love for American hip-hop. While Sean Paul style crossover may not be imminent, Elephant Man's gruff style has earned him a few cameos - with Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey - and thus interest from record labels north of the Caribbean. His 2003 release Pon Di River, Pon Di Bank delivered a shot of true, unadulterated dancehall for which American charts might just have been ready.

About Elephant Man

A young man with big ears (hence the childhood nickname), Elephant Man is a Jamaican dancehall emcee with a big love for American hip-hop. While Sean Paul style crossover may not be imminent, Elephant Man's gruff style has earned him a few cameos - with Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey - and thus interest from record labels north of the Caribbean. His 2003 release Pon Di River, Pon Di Bank delivered a shot of true, unadulterated dancehall for which American charts might just have been ready.

About Elephant Man

A young man with big ears (hence the childhood nickname), Elephant Man is a Jamaican dancehall emcee with a big love for American hip-hop. While Sean Paul style crossover may not be imminent, Elephant Man's gruff style has earned him a few cameos - with Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey - and thus interest from record labels north of the Caribbean. His 2003 release Pon Di River, Pon Di Bank delivered a shot of true, unadulterated dancehall for which American charts might just have been ready.