Big Names in the Caribbean Dance Scene

Caribbean music and especially dance hall tunes are famously known to throw dance floors into overdrive. Caribbean artists have accepted dance and made it almost a necessity in the production of their music videos. In this article, we look at some of the famous dance music artists in the region.


She is a talented Jamaican dancehall artist known for her great use of words in her lyrics. Her real name is Grace Latoya Hamilton and was born in 1982. Spice began her music career in 2000 and is still in the game as of 2019. She is known to use dance in her music videos, including Needle Eye, which has some captivating dance moves.


Ce’cile is the stage name for Ce’cile Claudine Charlton who was born in 1976. She has been one of the famous dancehall artists for a while now. Collaborations with some famous artists to produce nice dancehall tunes have made her shine through generations. Some of her songs that revelers can’t resist dancing to are Hot Like We, Wanna Ride, among others.

Elephant Man

Elephant Man, whose real name is Oneal Bryan is a Jamaican artist who majors in the reggae dancehall genre. He has been in the industry since 1997. Elephant Man has been associated with major artists in his music. Some of his hit songs are Bad Man Style, Gully Creepa and Sweep, whose videos had some memorable dance moves.

Hopeton Lewis

He is a Jamaican-born artist of Rock steady and reggae genre. He was active in the music scene from the 1960s to 2014 when he passed on at the age of 66. He is remembered for songs like Taking It Easy, Rivers Of Babylon, Hallelujah Hallelujah and many others, which featured dancing.

Patrice Roberts

Patrice Roberts is an artist who puts his main focus in the soca genre. She has been in the Music Industry since 1994. She has collaborated with artists such as Bunji Garlin to make some hit dance songs like Touch Me, Into You, among others.

Macka Diamond

Macka Diamond’s real name is Charmine Munroe. She was born in Jamaica in 1973 and began her music career in the 1990s. She is a known dancehall artist and also a DJ. She has produced a good number of albums, as well as singles. In her music videos, dancing is a key feature that has enabled to sell her music. Her song, Shake, is among the songs that have featured dance.


Jamaican HoodCelebrity, whose real name is Tina Pinnock, is a big name in both singing and songwriting. She has been in the industry since 2015 and has some good dance music. Her songs include Walking Trophy, Inna Real Life, among others.