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Jamaica lost among its most promising dancehall deejays when four gunmen took the life span of Dirtsman (given birth to: Patrick Thomas), on Dec 21, 1993. Just twenty-seven when he passed away, Dirtsman was for the cusp of attaining worldwide success, having lately signed a documenting agreement with BMG. The boy of who owns the Black Common AUDIO SYSTEM, Dirtsman was the sibling of deejay Papa San. Although he released his career along with his father’s business, he later turned towards the Willowdene-based Creation Rock and roll Tower System. Documenting since the middle-1980s, Dirtsman’s biggest strikes were “MANY THANKS”, made by Steely and Clevie and “Popular THIS SEASON”, made by New York maker Philip Smart.

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Full Name Dirtsman
Died December 21, 1993, Spanish Town, Jamaica
Profession Singer
Nationality Jamaican
Siblings Papa San
Music Songs Hot This Year, Nah Put It Down, Me a Nuh Bad Boy, Trailer Load Come, Check Seh Me Done, Rough This Year, Nah Sell It, It a Worry Them, Bubble & Wine, Why Threat, Hot Dis Year, Survival Time, Galong Bad, June Fish, Roughest, Watch De Girl, Original D.J., Kunina, Scrammie, Kukukumkum, Mi Gun Na Stick, Dance Fever, Crowd a People, Lyrics Cadet, Crack Head, Pow Pow, Impeccable, Serious, The Best, Fever, Golden Hen, Acid
Albums Acid, Remembering Dirtsman

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